NJ Enviros Keep Pressure On Gov. To Cut Carbon Emissions

Law360, New York (March 27, 2013, 7:06 PM ET) -- An environmental group on Tuesday urged Gov. Chris Christie to join other states and cut New Jersey's greenhouse gas emissions, saying Superstorm Sandy must be a wake-up call to stop contributing to pollution that could give rise to the next devastating weather event.

Environment New Jersey released a study that found the ten states that make up the northeast region, from Maryland to Maine, produce as much as a half-billion metric tons of carbon pollution each year, as much carbon emission as all but nine countries...
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