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Dec 2 (Tue), 7:30 pm
Pilgrim Pipeline Information Forum in Watchung
Dec 4 (Thu), 7:00 pm
Pilgrim Pipeline Information Forum in Roselle
Dec 6 (Sat), 4:00 pm
Holiday Potluck
Dec 7 (Sun), 10:00 am
Wells Mills County Park Hike
Dec 9 (Tue), 7:00 pm
Holiday Social & Silent Auction
Dec 10 (Wed), 7:30 pm
Dec 10: Join us for our Year-End Wrap Up and holiday party
Dec 10 (Wed), 7:30 pm
Holiday Meet and Greet Party
Dec 13 (Sat), 10:00 am
Singles Hike - Sherman Hoffman Preserve, Harding Township
Dec 21 (Sun), 12:30 pm
Silver Singles Holiday Walking Tour of NYC
Dec 21 (Sun), 2:00 pm
Lower Landsdown Trail Solstice Hike and Holiday Potluck

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Two Years After Sandy, New Jersey Still Recovering
Wed, 29 Oct 2014 13:07:01 -0400

Open Space lose the Environment Looses
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 10:12:06 -0400

Privatization Bill Threatens Clean Water
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 10:37:12 -0400

Pinelands Victory! Nominees Held
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 16:19:59 -0400

Environmental Coalition Urges Mercer County Residents to Support Plastic Bag Ballot Question
Wed, 1 Oct 2014 12:51:44 -0400

Keep the Frack Out of Our Water!

Hydraulic Fracturing, better known as fracking, which injects millions of gallons of water mixed with toxic chemicals, into the ground horizontally breaking up the bed rock to obtain natural gas. This may be one of the biggest risks to our water and our environment. The New Jersey Sierra Club has been working diligently to fight fracking from completely banning fracking in NJ & banning fracking wastewater from coming into our state.
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Take Action Now!

Flood FERC Today as PennEast Pipeline Comment Period Officially Opens!
PennEast plans to build a brand new pipeline to connect the fracked gas fields of the Marcellus Shale and New Jersey. Email FERC now and let them know you oppose this project!
Drinking Water Threat! Casino Proposed in Middle of Sterling Forest!
Send your comments to the NY Gaming Commission now urging them to protect Sterling Forest and our clean drinking water supply by rejecting the Genting Americas proposal!
Your Senator is KEY to Overriding the Gov's Veto of the Fracking Waste Ban Bill!
Email your Senator today and urge them to help protect our drinking waters from the Gas Industry's toxic waste.
New Coastal Rules Leave NJ Vulnerable to Future Storms- Email DEP your Concerns!
For the first time since Hurricane Sandy, the DEP is proposing changes to the regulations that oversee coastal development.
Gov. Christie Pulling NJ from Important Carbon Reducing Compact! Email DEP NOW
The DEP has just released the rule proposal that would officially remove us from RGGI and we need your help to block it!
Call Gov. Christie Today & Urge Him to SIGN the Fracking Waste Ban Bill!
Call Governor Christie now at 609-292-6000 and urge him to sign S1041, the Fracking Wastewater Bill.
Zombie Development Coming Back to Life, Impacting the Highlands!
Preakness Mountain, a scenic mountain and symbol of the Highlands region, will be the site of 200+ homes under a settlement DEP is proposing to enter with a developer. We need your help to stop the project from moving forward!
Public Land Logging Bill Resurrected and Up in Committee Monday!
Our public forests are under threat yet again. The bill that would open up our state parks to commercial logging has been reintroduced.
Help Stop Dirty Politics in Pinelands Pipeline Battle!
Stop dirty politics for dirty energy. Let key legislators know you oppose the SJG pipeline and all the pollution and environmental destruction that comes with it.
Hearings Next Week on Sandy Rebuilding & Recovery
Next week the public will finally have an opportunity to comment on the state's Sandy Recovery Action Plan at 3 public hearings!
Stop the Delaware River Fish Kills! There's a Better Way to Cool Off
Write to NJ Governor Chris Christie and DE Governor Jack Markell urging them to require new permits for Salem, Mercer Coal Plant, and the Delaware City Refinery that will better protect our fish and aquatic ecosystems.
Congressional Bill would SPEED UP Pipeline Reviews- Help us Stop Gift to Gas Industry!
The Natural Gas Pipeline Permitting Reform Act (HR 1900) is a wish list from the natural gas industry!
Tell Gov. Christie Climate Change Action Needed Now
Gov. Christie said climate change "is not a main concern". We need strong action now to protect our state from future storms

The End of a Coal Era?

The 100th coal plant since 2010 -- GenOn Generation Station in Portland, PA -- has announced plans for retirement!

We are winning as city by city, communities are standing up and saying no to coal and yes to clean energy. Public officials and energy utilities are realizing the economics and health problems caused by our addiction to coal just don't add up.

Let's continue this trend by adding more coal plants to this list and to promote a clean energy future!

This plant is the largest source of pollution in Northwest New Jersey causing not only environmental problems, but also affecting the health of the community around the plant. With this terrific news now the people of New Jersey and the country can breathe easier. Not only that, but our efforts have led to the equivalent of 11 million homes powered throughout the nation by clean energy! This amazing milestone, no doubt one of many to come, represents the hard work of our allies and thousands and thousands of concerned residents just like you!

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NJ Chapter Achievements

  • Protecting Barnegat Bay
    The Sierra Club has worked in extensive lobbying on various bills that would help protect Barnegat Bay. We were successful in getting three bills passed including a bill that would regulate fertilizer, Total Daily Maximum Loads, and storm water bill. We continue to work on various other pieces of legislation that will help to protect and improve the health of Barnegat Bay.

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