Elizabeth Cooner, Executive Director of the New Jersey State Policy Lab talks about the Lab’s mission of conducting rigorous evidence-based research to help inform New Jersey’s policymakers on solutions to important policy questions that are effective, innovative, and always have a focus on equity.
Jeanne Herb gives the history of EAC and an overview of its vision of community-based environmental planning, its connection to health and equity, and their growing focus on the intersection of environment and people in both the natural and built environments.
Recognizing the importance of the New Jersey Food Waste Recycling Law, the New Jersey Climate Change Alliance Organics Workgroup was created with a common goal of outlining a statewide “Sustainable Organic Material Management Plan” (SOMMP) for New Jersey.
An in-depth discussion about ethics and its application in informing planning, policy and public health, and how law can be impoverished without ethics.
Discussing the Buffalo Commons, its history, its significance, and the current economic and environmental signs that confirm the idea that the depopulated center of the country should capitalize on its heritage as the home of the buffalo.
Jim Bach reflects on the profession of planning and how being trained as an integrator, along with understanding the connections between scope, schedule, and budget, allowed him to successfully work with the Port Authority and the multitudes of emotionally invested stakeholders involved in the WTC project.
The Center for Energy, Economic and Environmental Policy at the Bloustein School is recruiting for 2015 calendar year a post-doctoral fellow with a strong quantitative background for a one-year appointment. Reappointment is possible contingent on available funding and...