Tracking the Dirty Water Agenda
Keeping tabs on the 115th Congress (2017-2018)
Cause for Concern: President Trump and the Environment
Polluters in Charge: Clean Water Action Statement on the Approval of Scott Pruitt as EPA Administrator

The Issues

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Protect Our Water and Health
Fighting Harmful Impacts of Oil and Gas Production
Climate Change is Water Change
Engaging the Public, Electing Clean Water Leaders

From We All Live Downstream

Marchers with CApitol in background during the Women's March on Washington. Credit: Michael Kelly
January 23, 2017

On Saturday that hunger met the streets where we found hope and inspiration in each other. We came together in Washington and New York and Oakland and Austin and Chicago and Fairbanks and Nashville and Cleveland and hundreds of cities and towns to march toward a just future. It was the biggest mass demonstration in U.S. history. It was beautiful.

Here's the thing: It wasn't a march, it was an occupation. And it wasn't one day, it was day one.

Scott Pruitt: Unfit to lead EPA
January 17, 2017

Mr. Pruitt as EPA administrator would reverse over forty years of progress of cleaning up our environment and holding industries accountable for their pollution. 

At the Boston Women's March
January 24, 2017

On Saturday January 21, 2017, Clean Water Action staff and members joined women solidarity marches across the country. Here are a just a few of the reasons why we're proud that we joined the march in Boston

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