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Is Water Part of the Public Trust? Governor Malloy Says Yes and We Agree!

July 23, 2018

Connecticut’s State Water Plan, finalized in January 2018, is an historic achievement to coordinate the use, management, protection, and conservation of our water now and into the future.

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The Power of Clean Water Action

June 18, 2018

It takes a lot to build momentum and political will against big utilities and corporate interests but that’s what happened this legislative session thanks to the power of Clean Water Action. Our coordinated campaign, together with other allies, helped pass policies for bold climate action and expanded renewable energy.

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Connecticut's Youth Climate Action Day

May 31, 2018

One thing that was clear was that engaging more young people in the political process can only be a good thing. As young people, we have a moral voice on the problem of climate change.

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Some big wins in the Connecticut legislature, and more work to do!

May 17, 2018

In the final days before the end of the 2018 session, the Connecticut General Assembly passed Senate Bill 9 and Senate Bill 7, two bills that we mobilized to support.

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Real talk, real action on climate change in Connecticut

April 17, 2018

I go to class and talk about climate change every day. Often, I make an offhand comment to a friend on campus about how we are all doomed and nothing really matters. They usually agree.

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Connecticut’s Senators and Representatives – a 100% Clean Water Congressional Delegation

March 28, 2018

In Connecticut, all five of our Congressional Representatives, John Larson, Rosa DeLauro, Elizabeth Esty, Jim Himes and Joseph Courtney as well as our two Senators, Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy have a Clean Water voting record!