“If this is the start of a war on science, climate action must be rekindled in state capitals and through grassroots activism. Consider what happened here Wednesday: New Jersey’s environmentalists banded with labor, community and faith groups to form Jersey Renews, a huge coalition seeking to establish our state as a leader on clean energy issues.
It has to start locally – and immediately – because after just one week of Trump, the EPA has stopped doing science.
The week actually began with a Pew poll that said that 55 percent of Americans believe the environment should be among Trump’s top priorities. We hope the same people are making plans for April 29.”
Editorial in The Star-Ledger, January 28, 2017