Calling it a celebration of Earth Day, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe today announced that New Jersey will invest nearly $45 million to reduce greenhouse gases produced by the transportation sector, thanks to funds from the national Volkswagen settlement. As part of the Murphy Administration’s prioritization of initiatives that reduce […]
Last week we told you about the amendments NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Ray Cantor was trying to get to legislation mandating recycling of food waste. The Assembly Environment Committee did not adopt them, and the Senate sent the bill directly to the floor without even having a Senate committee hearing. Turns out, the […]
Do you know how your permit will impact climate change? Well, you may have to under Governor Murphy’s new climate initiatives. NJBIA’s government affairs experts, Chrissy Buteas and Ray Cantor, discuss that and more on the latest edition of Take on Trenton.
One week after Governor Phil Murphy and Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe announced a comprehensive effort to modernize New Jersey’s environmental regulations to protect our communities and economy against the threats of climate change, the Department of Environmental Protection is moving forward with a collaborative rulemaking process, holding several stakeholder events throughout February and March, to […]
The New Jersey Business & Industry Association released the following statement from Vice President of Government Affairs Ray Cantor on New Jersey’s Energy Master Plan and Executive Order 100, announced today by Gov. Phil Murphy. “While the ambitious goals set forth in today’s announcement are laudable, we remain very concerned by the overall cost impacts […]