Friday, October 9, 2009

NJ governor hopefuls on key environmental issues

The (Newark) Star-Ledger got the the state's three gubernatorial candidates to answer questions on a number of important environmental issues today--from open-space funding and site cleanups to nuclear energy and bear hunts.

Several of the answers are refreshingly specific. You might even find a surprise or two. For example, Republican Chris Christie is the only one of the three to dismiss nuclear energy as a part of New Jersey's energy-growth picture.

You'll find the entire Star-Ledger interview here.

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