Chris Sturm and Peter Kasabach share their thoughts on how New Jersey can turn this urban water infrastructure crisis into an opportunity for long-term prosperity.
Environment and Agriculture
New Jersey’s Urban Water Systems: A Challenge, and an Opportunity for Collaboration, Engagement, Innovation, VisionMonday, August 4th, 2014
New Jersey Future’s comments on the proposed new CAFRA rules call for more stringent protections.
A new report highlights the current and future pressures that development in the Pinelands growth areas is putting on water resources, and offers recommendations to minimize its negative effects.
A grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation will fund the engineering designs needed to transform a one-acre parking lot into a community park that can manage significant stormwater on-site.
This year’s Sustainable Raritan River Conference focused on the economic value of natural systems.
Water woes and next steps — including special programs for low-income ratepayers — were the subject of a recent NJ Spotlight conference.
Faced with a deadline, attendees at Jersey City meeting agreed on an “Agenda for Change” to catalyze the transformation of New Jersey’s urban water systems.
A grant secured by New Jersey Future will pay for dredging and coastal restoration projects in two Sandy-affected towns.
Sea Bright is one of several New Jersey towns making use of a new online tool that helps assess and address community vulnerabilities to flooding, coastal storms and sea-level rise.
Leaders explore challenges and opportunities for revamping water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure in New Jersey cities.