Investigating New Jersey's Toxic Legacy | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Investigating New Jersey's Toxic Legacy

  • Collection DOI:
    Principal Investigator:
    Scott Gurian
  • Interviews from “Dirty Little Secrets,” a collaborative investigative reporting project in the New Jersey, looking at the local effects of pollution.

Interviewee Description Interviewer Date of Interview Location of Interview Affiliation Collection
Debbie Mans

Interview with Debbie Mans, Executive Director of NY/NJ Baykeeper.

Scott Gurian Matawan, NJ WNYC Investigating New Jersey's Toxic Legacy
Robert Freudenberg

Interview with Robert Freudenberg, Director for Energy and the Environment at the Regional Plan Association, who studies the infrastructure needs of 31 counties in the Tristate region.

Scott Gurian New York, NY WNYC Investigating New Jersey's Toxic Legacy

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