Sea Change Caps Successful Summer With Funding to Continue Recovery Work

Sea Change Caps Successful Summer With Funding to Continue Recovery Work / TheSandPaper.net / September 13, 2022 By Victoria Ford The LBI-based Sea Change Recovery Community Organization received a $50,000 grant from the Rx Foundation for its “visionary work of creating an intersection of community-based recovery services and advocacy/organizing for systems change,” RCO founder Elizabeth Beaty has Read More »

BOEM Extends Comment Period for NY Bight Offshore Wind Projects

BOEM Extends Comment Period for NY Bight Offshore Wind Projects / TheSandPaper.net / August 24, 2022 Includes Marine Lease Site for Atlantic Shores By Gina G. Scala One of the six wind lease areas included in the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s first-ever regional environmental review and analysis is the 79,351 acres belonging to Read More »

New Jersey needs equitable access to off-shore wind power | Opinion

New Jersey needs equitable access to off-shore wind power | Opinion / NorthJersey.com / August 18, 2022 Cameron Foster, Jody Stewart and Meghan Mertyris Special to the USA TODAY Network     Nearly a decade ago during Superstorm Sandy, my Point Pleasant home flooded with 4 feet of water, displacing my family for nearly six Read More »

Offshore Wind Presentation To Be Held In Lacey

Offshore Wind Presentation To Be Held In Lacey / The Patch.com / July 7, 2022 By Veronica Flesher, Patch Staff LACEY, NJ — Interested in learning more about offshore wind? New Jersey Resource Project, a community non-profit organization, is hosting a presentation to educate residents about offshore wind in Lacey on July 13. The presentation Read More »

Win/Win Wind

Win/Win Wind / The SandPaper / 6/16/21 To the Editor: Recently I’ve been hearing negative comments about the offshore wind energy project. People are saying they “heard” that the windmills will kill migratory birds and will have a negative impact on commercial and recreational fishing. None of this is true. First, I’d like to say Read More »

O.C. must be sustainable

O.C. must be sustainable / Press of Atlantic City / 4/18/21 Don’t allow solar to cover prime NJ farmland Expanding New Jersey’s use of solar power and other clean energy sources and decreasing reliance on dirty fossil fuel is essential. What isn’t essential is asking the nation’s most densely populated state — where precious open Read More »

To the Editor: For the Greater Good

To the Editor: For the Greater Good / The SandPaper / 4/14/21 To the Editor: In reply to the letter by Ken McKelvey, age 21, “Work for Wind” (3/31), it warms my heart to see letters from the younger members of our community taking a stand on the problems affecting our coastal community. Sea level Read More »