Join Clean Water Action staff, volunteers, and allies from across the state to tell our elected representatives to support the resolutions calling for the shut down of Line 5 in the Straits of Mackinac!
Nothing that the administration does will change the facts that pipelines spill and that these projects jeopardize drinking water for millions.
The time is now. With rising sea levels and increasing storm damage, we cannot tolerate more EPA budget cuts, tax breaks for fossil fuel, air pollution-induced ER visits, and science denying. Together, we will stand up for what's right for our future, our health, our children, and our planet.
Please sign up below to join us at the People's Climate March on Saturday, April 29th in Washington D.C. Let us know you're coming and if you want to join us on the bus.
Anne Hulick, Connecticut director for Clean Water Action, said, “It was not long ago that rivers were dumping grounds for debris and toxic chemicals and the Cuyahoga River caught fire. World Water Day is a day to celebrate how far we’ve come and to make sure we continue to protect this most precious resource.”
Join us for Clean Water Action's Annual Celebration, "To Go Far, Go Together: Honoring Our Partners," where we will reflect on another successful year and thank our partners.
Elected officials and coalition allies will be on hand to speak about key campaigns: Samuel Jordan of the Baltimore Transit Equity Coalition; United Workers on the 20/20 Vision for Development Not Displacement; and Delegate Steve Lafferty.
"This is a reckless and dangerous budget. It's also completely unsurprising. President Trump has made his priorities perfectly clear - he will put polluters first at all costs."
Maryland could become a leader in green energy and the first mover in the US Offshore Wind industry, bringing thousands of jobs to Baltimore and the Eastern Shore - but only if the Public Service Commission approves bids to construct wind turbines 17 miles off the coast of Ocean City. Attend this public hearing to learn more about the proposal and tell the Public Service Commission why you want to see offshore wind come to Maryland.