September 30, 2002, 7am PDT
A poll finds that New Jerseyans are concerned about sprawl but can't agree on the solutions.
September 18, 2002, 6am PDT
NJ Dept. Of Environment Protection plans to abandon an emissions trading program similar to the one being promoted at the national level by the USEPA.
August 6, 2002, 2pm PDT
New Jersey towns are to blame as only 272 towns out of 566 have saught protection under the Council on Affordable Housing.
August 4, 2002, 9am PDT
New Jersey State Supreme Court upheld its controversial descisions that supports housing for the poor.
July 19, 2002, 10am PDT
Federal legislation to protect 100,000 acres of forested watersheds in NJ and NY.
July 8, 2002, 2pm PDT
The Pinelands region is threatened with encroaching developments. Its future depends on Gov. James E. McGreevey.
June 24, 2002, 5pm PDT
New Jersey is committing money to save general aviation airports around the state. The small airports are threatened by development and other pressures.
June 11, 2002, 12pm PDT
An extensive special report examines land use in New Jersey by looking at The Hills, a 5,100-unit collection of townhouses and single-family homes, commercial strips and office buildings, that's home to about 10,000 people.
June 7, 2002, 5am PDT
Congress will consider a plan to separate big rigs and cars on freeways.
February 7, 2002, 2pm PST
The Fund for New Jersey's 35-page report could be a blueprint for Gov. James E. McGreevey
February 2, 2002, 5am PST
A week after angering sprawl foes by sacking the state's entire planning office, the New Jersey governor signs a sweeping new anti-sprawl order.
January 16, 2002, 12pm PST
New Jersey town is first to win the right to condemn a farm to prevent it from being turned into a sprawling residential development.
April 25, 2001, 12pm PDT
Committing $1 billion to preserve open space will do just half the job to curb suburban sprawl in New Jersey.
April 24, 2001, 1pm PDT
New Jersey's EcoComplex, an environmental research and technology development center, practices what it preaches.
October 18, 2000, 1pm PDT
New Jersey's ambitious preservation effort approves first batch of historic preservation projects.