Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Yesterday's top environmental new stories

Three of the top stories that readers of our daily newsletter, EnviroPolitics, got to see yesterday were:

Meet NJ-DEP’s New Commissioner

When Gov. Jon Corzine recently announced the inside promotion of geologist and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection lifer Mark Mauriello, 51, to head of the department, even critics conceded they couldn't question Mauriello's commitment to the job .

Smoke and Mirrors
The Philadelphia Inquirer chronicles the Bush Administration’s subversion of the EPA in a four-part series with an introductory video.

NY environmental wrangling driving gas firms to PA Despite falling energy prices and a faltering economy, energy companies are spending hundreds of millions of dollars to develop wells and infrastructure to tap the gas-rich Marcellus Shale formation in Pennsylvania. They're not making the same investment so far in New York State where Governor David A. Paterson has ordered a review of state permit requirements in light of environmental concerns.


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