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Send a message to stop the irrigation of fruits and vegetables with toxic oil wastewater.

Screenshot of methane leak in Butler County via Earthworks

Let Governor Wolf know you support his plan to reduce methane emissions from shale gas operations.

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Tell Costco to commit to a plan to get toxic chemicals off store shelves. 

Nasty Brown liquid discharged from a pipe. Photo credit: Dragana Gerasimoski / Shutterstock

The City of Alexandria’s combined sewer system dumps untreated sewage into local waterways and the Potomac River. Raw sewage contains E. coli and other pathogens, and is the primary reason areas of the Potomac are closed to swimming nearly every time it rains.

Convince the California Water Commission to think about the elephant in the room on water bond spending. 

Money in Politics Cover

The oil and gas industry, aided by the erosion of campaign finance laws and nearly boundless lobbying budgets, asserts enormous influence over legislative processes in real time while also enjoying legacy influence in regulatory frame- works. The results can be devastating to the health of the environment and the public.

Don't let these deep-pocketed responsible parties prevent the state from setting standards that ensure our drinking water is safe!

pitcher of water. photo: successo images / shutterstock.com

Fresh off weakening important flood and clean water rules, Governor Christie is now going after the Highlands, 800,000 acres in north- western New Jersey that supplies over half of the state’s drinking water. Contact your state legislators and legislative leaders to pass ACR192 and block the Christie Administration's effort to weaken protections in the Highlands, the source of half of NJ's drinking water.

Images of the June Train Derailment in Baltimore. Credit - Jennifer Kunze / Clean Water Action

In June, residents of Baltimore woke to the news that a freight train carrying hazardous materials had derailed inside the Howard Street Tunnel, a century-old freight tunnel that runs for almost two miles underneath downtown Baltimore.