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Join Clean Water Action for Sunday Funday on the rooftop of the Asbury Park Biergarten on June 11th from 4-7 pm. Enjoy gorgeous views, earth friendly drinks, 50/50 raffle, cornhole competition, and more! Learn how you can make a difference for clean water and a healthy environment in the Garden State. The event is free and all ages - RSVP today.
The Trump administration is in the middle of a dangerous and destructive streak of giving polluters and corporate campaign donors whatever they want. One of Trump’s many reckless executive orders directed federal agencies to begin reviewing regulations to overturn or weaken. This so-called “regulatory reform” is really just another attack on our most essential protections.
Thanks to members like you Clean Water Fund has campaigned successfully for cleaner and safer water, cleaner air, and protection from toxic pollution in our homes, neighborhoods, and workplaces.
Continue your support by joining us for the 2017 Spring for Water celebration. The evening will feature distinguished guests, a silent auction, music, refreshments, libations and the opportunity for you to enjoy the “coolest view” around, overlooking downtown Austin.
Newark, NJ -- Expanding on what Clean Water Action has called "the strongest clean energy agenda by far," Democratic candidate for Governor Phil Murphy advanced new policy initiatives today to improve the quality of life in environmental justice communities. Watch live footage from the press conference on Facebook.
Most of us don't think much about the impact of our purchases on the marketplace but when we make conscious choices to purchase furniture without toxic chemical flame retardants, cookware without harmful perflourinated chemicals or children's products without bisphenol A, we're sending a message to retailers that we want safe products and they pay attention. Our Mind the Store campaign has made a huge impact with the world's largest retailers and succeeded in getting Walmart, Target, CVS, Home Depot and Lowe's to work with their suppliers and shift away from some of the most harmful chemic
Baltimore's City Council voted 14-0 Monday evening to urge the Maryland Public Service Commission to approve the building of an offshore wind farm off the coast of Ocean City.
The PSC may choose to approve one, both, or neither of the project applications currently under review, but it must announce that decision by May 17.
"This is a win - but we know the fight is not over. There is much more we have to do to protect public health, air, and water from the impacts of the oil and gas industry."
Join us for the screening of "How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change" and an Environmental Awareness Fair on Thursday, May 18th at the Axelrod Performing Arts Center in Deal, NJ.
BALTIMORE — On May 8, the Baltimore City Council resoundedly passed a resolution supporting offshore wind development in Maryland. Baltimore City Councilwoman Sharon Middleton introduced the resolution, co-sponsored by 14 of the 15 city Council Members, urging the Public Service Commission to approve one or both of the offshore wind farm proposals currently under consideration.