Right now, over 90 percent of New Jersey's waters do not meet one or more water quality standards. These standards are set by New Jersey under the law and the state is obligated to meet them.
So, one would think that our state government would be doing all they can to improve the quality of our water by ensuring the standards are enforced. Nope. They are, in fact, doing the complete opposite.
“We are not drowning! We are fighting! We are not drowning! We are fighting!” Those words echoed in the rafters as more than 200 gathered for the Baltimore premiere of How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change.