N.J. can use nuclear power to diversify its energy supply: Opinion

November 29th, 2014

By Christine Todd Whitman
nj.com
November 29, 2014

As our federal and state governments launch a serious attack against climate change, New Jersey has a new opportunity to lead the way in supporting a clean energy future.

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Opinion: Christie Whitman relfects on Marge Roukema as trailblazer

November 13th, 2014

By Christine Todd Whitman
Northjersey.com
November 13, 2014

NEW JERSEY lost one of its best yesterday with former U.S. Rep. Marge Roukema’s passing. Roukema was a trailblazer in many respects, but I particularly admired her for her focus on building consensus, even in dealing with the nation’s most contentious issues.

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Extreme Weather Events are the New Normal: New Jersey Must Plan Ahead

November 6th, 2014

By Catharine A Kapura
Commerce: The Business Of New Jersey
November 6, 2014

“It is important for New Jersey to plan ahead for rising sea levels, increasingly frequent and severe storms, and the potential for drought and floods,” says Goc. Whitman, a principal at The Whitman Strategy Group.

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November 6th, 2014

Statement from Gov. Whitman on the passing of Clement Price
November 6, 2014

New Jersey has lost a true treasure with the loss of Clement Price. Clem was a gentleman in ever sense of the word. He didn’t have to shout to be heard because what he had to say was thoughtful,reasoned and respectful. He inspired students, colleagues and all who met him.

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EPA’s Clean Power Plan Proposal: National Standards with State Flexibility

November 3rd, 2014

By Christine Todd Whitman
Brookings
November 3, 2014

In June, the Environmental Protection Agency released a draft rule to regulate carbon emissions from hundreds of power plants across the country, requiring that they cut carbon-dioxide emissions 30% from 2005 levels by 2030. The plan includes individual goals that the EPA is setting for each state based on the state’s progress in reducing emissions since 2005. The rule would give significant flexibility to states in their pursuit of their target reduction, whether through expanding renewable energy, creating new energy-efficiency programs or creating cap-and-trade programs. The EPA is taking comments on the proposed rule, along with a less aggressive option, before it is finalized in June of 2015.

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