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Environmentalists in New Jersey have been slamming Gov Christie’s pollution settlement with Exxon/Mobil for weeks. Now they have new concerns. 
Environmentalists have been pounding hard for weeks on NJ Gov Chris Christie's settlement with Exxon/Mobil over the costs of environmental resource damages incurred over decades of pollution at the Bayway Refinery in Linden and other petroleum installations in northern New Jersey.
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NJ committee travels to Bayonne to give  locals a chance to tee off on Gov. Christie's Exxon/Mobil pollution settlement #njpolitics #enviropolitics
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Rutgers grad developing relationships for his boss in the nation's first-primary state  http://buff.ly/1IYszq3 #njpolitics  #whitehouse
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Enviro-Events Calendar for May 25, 2015
Environmental seminars, forums, education, networking and social opportunities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York & Delaware   Click here for most  recent version For free publication, send your event information to:  editor@enviropolitics.com May 27, 20...
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John Nash and his wife were killed in a crash on the New Jersey Turnpike.
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"After a decade of quietly, painstakingly sowing their seeds, Rutgers agricultural scientists are finally reaping the fruits of their labor. And soon, so can you. It is the mother of all strawberries — one cultivated by cross-breeding different types of strawberry plants over the years until the ...
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Enviro-Events Calendar for May 27, 2015
Environmental seminars, forums, education, networking and social opportunities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York & Delaware   Click here for most  recent version For free publication, send your event information to:  editor@enviropolitics.com May 27, 20...
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You're reading the free companion blog to our paid-subscription newsletter, EnviroPolitics, which delivers top environmental, energy and political news--every business day--plus environmental legislation and regulations! FREE for 30-days!
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Thousands of birds, threatened after Sandy ravaged food supply, saved by crash program http://buff.ly/1PGxSOH #njenviro #ocean #redknots
The birds feed largely on horseshoe crab eggs, but many beaches where the crabs breed were destroyed during the 2012 storm
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Princeton Professor John Forbes Nash, Jr. and wife killed in auto crash on NJ Turnpike.  
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The twice-rejected South Jersey Gas proposal is back.You're not surprised are you? #njpolitics #utilities
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Introduction
Frank is president of Brill Public Affairs, a government relations firm based in Trenton, NJ. 

He also is editor of the following:

EnviroPolitics, a daily newsletter covering environmental and political news, legislation and regulations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Delaware

EnviroPolitics Blog, offering environmental and political news, commentary and guest posts.

EnviroPolitics Podcast, updates, comments and interviews with energy and environment news-makers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Delaware 

Enviro-Events Calendar, provides free listings of upcoming environmental events.


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EnviroPolitics Blog: Is Christie’s Exxon enviro-settlement Paulsboro’s l...
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Environmentalists have been pounding hard for weeks on NJ Gov Chris Christie's settlement with Exxon/Mobil over the costs of environmental r

EnviroPolitics Blog: NJ panel takes its anti-Exxon settlement show on th...
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New Jersey Assembly Judiciary Chairman John McKeon today announced the committee will meet Wednesday in Bayonne to hear public comment on th

EnviroPolitics Blog: Memorial Day 2015
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You're reading the free companion blog to our paid-subscription newsletter, EnviroPolitics, which delivers top environmental, energy and pol

EnviroPolitics Blog: 'A Beautiful MInd' Princeton Prof dies in auto acci...
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John Forbes Nash, Jr., the Nobel laureate known for his groundbreaking work on game theory and differential equations, was killed along with

EnviroPolitics Blog: To no one’s surprise, the Pinelands pipeline is bac...
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The much debated and twice-rejected South Jersey Gas proposal to build a natural gas pipeline through the Pinelands is back in the news. As

EnviroPolitics Blog: Environmental attorney sounds off on smelly stormwater
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Writing in NJ Spotlight today, veteran New Jersey environmental attorney R. William Potter of the Princeton-based law firm Potter and Dickso

EnviroPolitics Blog: Will Rutgers research torment dolphins?
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On its blog today, Clean Ocean Action writes: As soon as June 1st, Rutgers University intends to begin a seismic study approximately 15 mile

EnviroPolitics Blog: Cindy Dunn nomination to lead PA-DCNR advances
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Despite some legislators' concerns about positions she took as CEO of the environmental organization, PennFuture, the nomination of acting S

EnviroPolitics Blog: Bill raising renewable energy targets clears NJ panel
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"In a bid to vault New Jersey back into a leadership role in clean energy, a Senate committee yesterday approved a bill that would require 8

EnviroPolitics Blog: Breaking: Bridgegate's Wildstein to plead guilty
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David Wildstein, a former ally of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, is set to plead guilty and may be cooperating with federal prosecutors

EnviroPolitics Blog: Top PADEP executive joins PR firm's energy practice
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"Jeff Logan, who since 2011 had served as an executive deputy secretary for administration and management at the department, is joining Brav

EnviroPolitics Blog: Wyo. coal-bed methane: Boom, bust and hard lessons
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Jill Morrison, left, and Kenny Harbaugh observe an ephemeral Powder River Basin draw in 2006. Usually dry, yet moist enough to provide good

Enviro-Events Calendar: Enviro-Events Calendar for April 13, 2015
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April 17, 2015. Vapor Intrusion in New Jersey Montclair, New Jersey Montclair State University CEC Credits Available! The New Jersey Departm

EnviroPolitics Blog: Your free copy of EnviroPolitics--And 30 more?
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You are entitled to receive and profit from this daily newsletter for a full month without charge. At the end of the period, you will be ask

EnviroPolitics Blog: David Samson retires from law firm that changes name
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Former Port Authority Chairman David Samson, who resigned from the agency a year ago amid the broadening investigation into the 2013 George

EnviroPolitics Blog: NJDEP chief and Solvay read clean-up ad differently
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A South Jersey chemical company on Sunday refuted a claim by the state's top environmental official that it had prematurely ended its invest

EnviroPolitics Blog: The top five frackers in southwestern Pennsylvania
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The Pittsburgh Business Times' Research Director Ethan Lott ranks the top five shale gas producers in southwestern Pennsylvania by MCF of na

EnviroPolitics Blog: Electric utilities zap customers with higher fixed ...
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Andrew Maykuth reports in today's Philadelphia Inquirer: Pennsylvania's two largest electric companies, Peco Energy Co. and PPL Electric, ha

Enviro-Events Calendar: Enviro-Events Calendar for April 4, 2015
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Program 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM. On The Border 02 Bartlett Avenue, Exton, PA 19341 $20 (members and non-members) with lunch. Register by April 6,