Since America's first official Earth Day on April 22, 1970, New Jersey has become one of the leaders in recognizing environmental problems and developing creative solutions. The state was the third in the country to consolidate existing programs into a unified major state agency to administer environmental and conservation efforts. Established by law on that initial Earth Day, the NJ DEP began managing natural resources and solving pollution problems. Since 1970, Earth Day has been celebrated annually on April 22nd, both nationally and internationally.
Magazines & Journals (Ebsco): Full text journals include: Atlantic Monthly, Atmospheric Environment. Ecodate, Ecological Engineering, Environment, Environmental Policy and Law, mother Jones, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, Scientific America and Worldwatch
eBooks & Encyclopedias: Publications include: Alternative Energy, Beachman's Guide to the Endangered Species of North America, Cllimate Change in Context, Environmental Encyclopedia, Energy Alternatives, Environment: a Revolution in Attitudes, Global Warming, Lucent Library of Science and Technology and Pollution A to Z
Green File: offers well-researched information covering all aspects of human impact to the environment. This includes content on the environmental effects of individuals, corporations and local/national governments, and what can be done at each level to minimize these effects.
Informe: Contains full text articles in Spanish in the following publications: Earth Focus, One Planet - One Community and Latin American Research Review
Earth Day 2014: Green Cities
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ACUA Earth Day 2014
ACUA Earth Day Festival, Sunday April 27, 2014 , 10am to 4pm, Rain or shine
Haneman Environmental Park
6700 Delilah Road
Egg Harbor Twp, NJ 08234
Now approaching its 24th year, the ACUA's annual Earth Day Festival is a celebration for the entire community to honor our Earth. The festival takes place rain or shine and usually draws a crowd of nearly 4,000 people of all ages who have a common goal: to have fun and help make a positive change for the future of our environment. Live music, special performances, workshops, a hayride, interactive tours and other activities and a 5K run, will keep visitors of all ages entertained throughout the day.