The power and conviction of Jim Florio to do what was right for people and environment extended far beyond New Jersey.
Our democracy works the best when everyone’s voice is heard. To ensure that everyone can live in a community with clean air, clean water, and free from pollution, environmental groups have started to come together to join the fight to protect democracy and make voting more accessible.
Spanning 12 cities in 11 states, REI customers will deliver a petition with more than 130,000 signatures demanding action on PFAS “forever chemicals”
Join us at Ann Arbor's REI Store to challenge the chain to become a leader in removing PFAS from their outdoor gear! Clean Water Action is joining Toxic Free Future's Mind the Store Campaign and Ecology Center for a national “week of action” to call on REI to ban PFAS in the products it sells. Despite thousands of messages and actions taken by Clean Water Action members and thousands more from other organizations in the Safer States alliance, REI has not taken meaningful action on PFAS, so we need to amp up the public pressure!
Clean Water Action came together with allied organizations across Pennsylvania to develop “ A Shared Vision for Pennsylvania’s Environment and Communities”.
Sewage backs up into homes in Baltimore thousands of times per year - sometimes caused by tree root intrusion, sometimes caused by rainstorms overwhelming the sewer and stormwater pipes, and sometimes caused by clogs and debris in the city-maintained pipes under the street. For too long, too many residents have been left without help when sewer backups happen in their homes through no fault of their own.
After one of the strongest environmental legislative sessions in Rhode Island history, primary night saw even more environmental champions endorsed by Clean Water Action win their races.
St. Paul, MN—Today, during its annual meeting, health, disability and environmental groups are questioning Patterson Dental’s continued production, distribution, and sales of dental amalgam. Composed of 50% mercury, a well-known neurotoxicant, amalgam is a health risk for children and other vulnerable populations, and results in a significant release of mercury pollution.