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Clean Water Action, working with partners and local communities, is advocating for legislation (SB818) that will help eliminate the Commonwealth’s last major source of untreated sewage dumping into the Potomac River watershed. Take Action! Tell your legislators to support this important legislation.

Great Lakes / photo: flickr.com/gsfc (CC BY 2.0)

We have until March 3rd to tell the DEQ that Michiganders don’t approve of Nestle’s attempt to drain our state further to turn massive profits at the expense of our environment and future generations access to drinking water. Email DEQ Director Heidi Grether today!

Ohio River in Beaver County, PA / photo: flickr.com/rblood (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Tell the DEP to reject Shell's dangerous permit and instead require them to submit a plan that actually protects the health and safety of the people that live in Western Pennsylvania!

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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.

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

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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.

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All our creeks, rivers, and reservoirs are at risk from nitrogen pollution when developers are let off the hook for their nitrogen pollution.  Tell your state legislators to support the Septics Sollution Bill.

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Please write today to the Sunset Commission and tell it to direct the Railroad Commission to protect underground sources of drinking water, a problem we detailed in a new report.

Gas flare - black smoke. Photo credit: Leonid Ikan / Shutterstock

We don't need a new Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) plant here in Providence and Mayor Elorza needs to stand with us to stop it!