December 4, 2014
President Obama’s sixth year in office might be his greenest yet, with new Environmental Protection Agency rules to reduce power plant emissions and ozone pollutants, plus what he called a “historic” climate agreement with China. Some even say these are the boldest environmental steps the United States has taken since the 1970 Clean Air Act.
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.
By Dina Cappiello
June 23, 2014
Top environmental regulators for four Republican presidents told Congress on Wednesday what many Republican lawmakers won’t: Action is needed on global warming.
By Jean Chemnick
June 18, 2014
Four former Republican U.S. EPA administrators praised the agency’s climate change rule for existing power plants today in a Senate hearing room packed with coal miners expressing fear that the proposal would strangle their industry.
By Jason Plautz
June 18, 2014
Cabinet members from four Republican administrations Wednesday made a plea for federal action to address climate change, citing new evidence that public opinion is shifting in favor of it.
By Andrew Restuccia
June 18, 2014
Four Republican former EPA chiefs called on Congress on Wednesday to combat climate change, challenging GOP lawmakers’ hostility to measures that would rein in carbon pollution.
By Michael A. Memoli
January 28, 2014
WASHINGTON — Republicans accused of waging a “war on women” attempted to send a message to the nation with the selection of Washington state Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, the top woman in GOP leadership and a mother of three, to deliver the party’s response Tuesday night to President Obama’s State of the Union address.
Gov. Christine Todd Whitman Shares Perspectives on Government and Policy with MCCC Political Science Students
By Wendy Humphrey
December 11, 2013
West Windsor, N.J. – What could be a better way to learn about politics and government than by hearing from those who do it for a living? That was the premise for Leonard Winogora, Senior Instructor in the Social Sciences, as he developed the curriculum for his State and Local Politics (POL 102) course this fall.
By Carol Gorga Williams
Asbury Park Express
November 21, 2013
EST LONG BRANCH — In 1963, when President John F. Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act, women made 59 cents for every $1 men made for the same jobs.
By Susan Stabley
Charlotte Business Journal
November 15, 2013
Christine Todd Whitman, former head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, kicked off the Charlotte Chamber’s Energy Summit on Friday with a series of compliments.