New Jersey Coast
Coastal Management Program protects New Jersey’s coastal
resources and ecosystems, which are
vulnerable to the effects of sea level
rise and coastal flooding caused by
Jersey is a certification
program for municipalities in New Jersey
that want to go green, control costs
and save money, and take steps to sustain
their quality of life over the long
term. Sustainable Jersey encompasses
issues such as global warming, pollution,
biodiversity, land use air and water
quality, equity, buying local, local
living economies, and sustainable agriculture.
Jersey’s Final Energy Master Plan, released on December 6, 2011, is the strategic vision for the use, management, and development of energy in New Jersey over the next decade.
New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program offers financial incentives, programs and services for New Jersey residents, business owners and local governments to help them save energy, money and the environment
Inspections is an initiative
to make the Garden State safer and greener.
Explore this site to learn simple ways
to make New Jersey’s roads safer,
our environment cleaner, and yourself
a little richer.
Commuting in New Jersey is a way that you can help to reduce
air pollution in New Jersey and improve
the quality of the air we breathe. This
Web site will help you to make better
choices that will reduce air pollution,
lessen your impact on the environment,
and likely save money in the process.
Emissions Vehicles Choosing
a fuel-efficient vehicle provides the
single biggest opportunity for most
people to reduce their carbon emissions.
Each gallon of gas used produces 24
pounds of carbon dioxide emissions.
The New Jersey Clean Vehicle List can
help you make informed decisions.
Grown Buying locally grown
seasonal foods greatly reduces the carbon
dioxide emissions involved with food
distribution, and it supports local
farmers, families and businesses.
Homes Office is a site
where you can find green building resources
for New Jersey residents and developers
of single-family and multifamily housing
as well as for financial incentives
and an introduction to sustainable design.
Air Quality Permitting Program is responsible for permitting and testing
sources of air pollution such as factories
and power plants - both old facilities
and new ones - to ensure they do not
adversely affect air quality in your
neighborhood or anywhere in New Jersey.
|Recycling half of your household waste will slash
carbon dioxide emissions by 2,400 pounds
per year. Purchasing reusable products
instead of disposables helps combat
global warming and reduces our reliance
on landfill space.
Green has environmental
tips of the day, programs to calculate
your carbon footprint, and more from
the State of New Jersey Web site.