PowerCorps Camden is a youth employment program that combines the teaching of life skills with green infrastructure training that will help the city manage stormwater overflow.Read More
Younger generations are facing the unfathomable task of reversing global warming. So it’s fitting that five students were chosen as keynote speakers for this year’s conference of the Alliance of New Jersey Environmental Educators (ANJEE).Read More
The Baptist Ministers Conference and GreenFaith, an environmental nonprofit in New Jersey, co-hosted an interfaith event to bless the use of electric vehicles in Newark. Muslim, Jewish and Christian leaders say electric vehicles will help reduce carbon emissions, making the air healthier and safer to breathe.Read More
Reducing carbon emissions and improving the health of Newark residents is a top priority for some New Jersey clergy members.Read More
To address the issue of potential flooding in Newark during heavy rains, a newly released video captures the efforts of a coalition of 14 civic, academic, and service organizations to educate the city’s residents on ways to better manage storm water runoff.Read More
What will Summit, NJ, look like in 10 years?
Summit's Sustainable Future is a public forum featuring 8 speakers and 5 audience members co-presented by CivicStory and Summit GreenFaith Circle on March 30, 2016, in the Central Presbyterian Church auditorium. (Video funded in part by the Summit Area Public Foundation.)