Jersey Renews business affiliates gives local business owners and business umbrella groups an opportunity to advocate for policies that fight climate change, sustain communities, and put people to work. Jersey Renews business affiliates contribute their voice and expertise to support Jersey Renews’ policy recommendations. All coalition partners and affiliates support three main goals: reducing greenhouse gas emissions, increasing clean energy, and ensuring good, family-sustaining jobs throughout the state. To join, please contact Norah Langweiler.
Sustainable business innovation is becoming a growing force animated by the common aim of achieving economic development that is compatible with shared prosperity and environmental stewardship. Now, hundreds of thousands of businesses, large and small and across all sectors, prove every day that an expanded definition of success is possible.
Building on their proven approaches, NJSBC is where like-minded businesses are joining together for the purpose of creating a new and dynamic 21st century economy for the Garden State based on the “triple bottom line”: people, profit, and planet.
We are a coalition of New Jersey small business owners working to build a new voice on issues that matter to our businesses and our communities.
Our members include both small employers and self-employed business owners, with a diverse representation of business types, race, gender and geography.
Along our U.S. coastline lies an energy resource with the power to create unparalleled job and economic growth—offshore wind. The Business Network for Offshore Wind is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to building a network that will usher the U.S. into the offshore wind market. We empower members with the education, tools, and connections necessary to participate in this booming industry.
We are not a trade association of many voices; we are one leading voice for the offshore wind business community. We bring together developers, policymakers, academia, global experts and more than 150-180 member businesses for critical discussions and unprecedented networking opportunities.
Rabbi Joel Abraham
Temple Shalom, Scotch Plains
Rev. Charles F. Boyer
Director, Salvation and Social Justice
Pastor, Bethel AME Church, Woodbury
Imam Saffet Catovic
Green Muslims of New Jersey
Rev. Fletcher Harper
Pastor Karen Hernandez-Granzen
Westminster Presbyterian Church, Trenton
Pastor Mark McCreary
Second Baptist Church, Metuchen
Rabbi Diana Miller
Cantor Emily Pincus
Temple Beth-El, Hillsborough
Rabbi Ari Saks
Congregation Beth Mordecai, Metuchen
Rev. Ronald Tuff
NJ Black Issues Convention
Dr. Joseph Chuman, Leader
Ethical Culture Society, Teaneck
Rabbi David Vaisberg
Temple Emanu-el, Edison
Pastor Lee Zandstra
Living Waters Lutheran Church, Ringoes
Rev. Ed Zelley
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Metuchen
Vicar Serena Rice
Abiding Peace Lutheran Church, Budd Lake
Rev. Dr. Bradford Motta, Senior Pastor
Morrow Church, Maplewood NJ
Rev. Geoffrey Curtiss