New Jersey governor directs agencies to make climate action important again

January 30, 2018

“New Jersey has a long and proud history of being a leader on effective and innovative environmental policy,” Jeanne Herb, associate director of the Environmental Analysis and Communications Group at Rutgers University, said in an email to ThinkProgress. “While significant, rejoining RGGI is only one piece of that agenda. Having it proceed so early in the governor’s first few weeks is definitely sending a signal that, through implementation of a portfolio of actions, New Jersey is well on its way to becoming a leader in innovative climate change policy.”

Think Progress, January 30, 2018

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