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Stop Trumps' Deniers. Original photo credit: Shawn Hempel / Shutterstock

Donald Trump is doing exactly what he said he would do when it comes to clean water and public health. We know what we need to do - resist and fight back. Join us!

Stop Trumps' Deniers. Original photo credit: Shawn Hempel / Shutterstock

Fringe positions that ignore the reality of climate change, push dirty fossil fuels, and don’t value clean air and water have no place at the top of our Federal agencies. But President Elect Trump has stacked his transition team with fossil fuel lobbyists and anti science climate deniers. His nominee for EPA is a climate-denying idealouge who has sued to stop commonsense protections like the Clean Water Rule and Clean Power Plan.

Stop the Pipeline / Photo: Clean Water Action

After months of collective action led by water protectors in the Oceti Sakowin Camp at Standing Rock, the Obama administration, through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers acted to deny the easement for the final piece of the Dakota Access Pipeline and will “explore alternate routes.” This stops the pipeline - for now. USACE also called for an Environmental Impact Statement with full public input and analysis, which will be critical in determining the fate of the Pipeline.

ALCOSAN sign & river

Tell ALCOSAN to fully adopt and implement a strategy similar to Pittsburgh’s Clean and Green plan, because all of Allegheny County deserves to be Clean and Green too!

Air pollution / photo: istock

Urge the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection to incorporate the strongest possible protections during the permitting process to hold Shell accountable now and into the future.

Oil and gas well silhouette photo: shutterstock, Calin Tatu

Representatives Sarah Roberts and Jeff Irwin have introduced a package of six bills to address the hazards posed by fracking.

Lansing / photo: istock Henryk Sadura

Pledge to go Beyond Voting this year- when regular people make the effort to get involved, we have government that works for all- not just corporations and special interests.

Aerial View of Chesapeake. Photo credit: Chris Goldberg / Creative Commons - Flickr

Please tell state officials that we can’t afford to go backwards now. Maryland has made too much progress to turn our back on our streams, waterways, and beloved Chesapeake Bay.  

kids face paint / photo: flickr.com/stevendepolo (CC BY 2.0)

Urge your U.S. Senators to support meaningful, health-protective cosmetic policy reform that protects children and other vulnerable populations.