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.
Water and Sewer
New Jersey’s Urban Water Systems: A Challenge, and an Opportunity for Collaboration, Engagement, Innovation, VisionMonday, August 4th, 2014
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.
Leaders explore challenges and opportunities for revamping water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure in New Jersey cities.
A new report analyzes the state of water infrastructure in New Jersey’s oldest cities, and highlights both the urgent need for repair and the challenges repair efforts face.
Contrary to some reports, the slowdown in population growth in New Jersey’s northwestern exurbs is not the result of restrictions on development imposed by the Highlands Act.