ANJEC Report

 

Highlights from the Fall 2019 Issue

Building Bobcat Alley

the Energy Master Plan – what you should know

Living shorelines in NJ

The Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions’ quarterly journal, the ANJEC Report, explores environmental issues in New Jersey and offers practical suggestions for local action. In each issue, our 2,500 readers receive articles on current important local, state and federal laws and successful programs, including case studies and references for additional information. Subjects covered include suburban sprawl, urban environmental issues, drinking water resources, stormwater management, stream corridor protection, land use planning, open space, plant and animal habitat and tree preservation. The ANJEC Report also regularly carries accounts of environmental commission accomplishments, research reports from the ANJEC Resource Center on current high-interest topics, and steps that individuals can take to address key environmental issues in their communities.

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