Rhode Island News

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2018 Elections: A Fight for Clean Water

July 31, 2018

Clean Water Action offices will engage on key state and local races in all our states, seeking to protect pro-environmental majorities where they exist and flip control of chambers currently with anti-environmental majorities. Below are our priority federal races. We'll work on dozens of other state, local, and federal races in the fall of 2018.

Clean Water Action Endorses Senator Whitehouse and Representative Cicilline

August 22, 2018

“Throughout their tenure in the US Senate and House of Representatives, Senator Whitehouse and Congressman Cicilline have worked tirelessly to ensure the protection of our state’s environment and stewardship of its natural resources,” said Johnathan Berard, Clean Water Action’s Rhode Island State Director. “With the current administration doing their best to unwind all of the progress we have made to protect our environment over the last five decades, it is critical that we have representatives in Washington, DC, like Senator Whitehouse and Congressman Cicilline fighting tooth and nail to keep those protections in place.”

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Clean Water Action Announces Endorsements for Statewide and General Assembly Candidates in the 2018 Primary Election

August 14, 2018

Clean Water Action is pleased to announce its list of endorsed statewide and General Assembly candidates for the 2018 primary election being held on Wednesday, September 12th.

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Take the Pledge to Reduce Single-Use!

May 25, 2018

There are so many things you can do to reduce your disposables footprint. These are our Top 10 actions for how to ReThink Disposable. Make a pledge below to continue doing the ones you already do, and choose the new actions you are willing to commit to.

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Keep Toxic PFAS Out of Food Packaging

March 19, 2018

Learn more about PFAS, perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, a class of chemicals that are commonly used and highly dangerous.