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Historians have asserted that New Jersey was the first of the original colonies to suffer catastrophic ecological damage. Fortunately, we need not tarry on that distant dubious honor: In the much recent past, the Garden State has become the focus of some of the country's most ambitious environmental protection projects. Tom Belton's Protecting New Jersey's Environment proves that such laudable grassroots plans often collapse under the weight of local political deals, jurisdictional disputes, and lobbyist infighting. Brimming with dozens of real world examples, this "brass-knuckles" guide explains how readers can get things done even under difficult circumstances.