Newsletter: Oppose the Senate Dirty Energy Bill Now

Posted July 28, 2017

Oppose Senate Energy Bill S.1460

The U.S. Senate may soon vote on legislation that seeks to limit the ability of federal and state agencies to protect drinking water and critical natural resource from the damaging impacts of interstate gas pipelines. Please urge your Senators to oppose the Senate Dirty Energy Bill. Take Action.


Join the Fight to Stop the Southern Reliability Link Pipeline By Making Your Voice Heard

By: ReThink Energy NJ
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Pipeline Opponents Protest Southern Reliability Link at Pinelands Commission Meeting

By: ReThinkEnergyNJ
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By the Numbers

  • 401

    PennEast was denied a 401 Water Certificate by the NJDEP for failing to submit enough information on the pipeline’s route, a victory for the environment and the people of New Jersey. Read more.

  • 2.5 Million

    …people work in the solar industry in China alone. Despite its reputation as a major polluter, China is beginning to outpace the rest of the world in renewable energy development. Read more.

  • 100%

    …renewable energy in Hawaii is not a goal, it is the plan. Hawaii’s BPU approved the utility’s plan five years ahead of schedule, paving the way for 100% renewable energy on the island. Read more.


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New Report Provides Blueprint for NJ Response to Climate Change

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