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Clean Water Action has built a unique partnership with the Design As Service program at Messiah College that prepares designs for our advocacy projects. Design As Service connects design students up with non-profit organizations. Messiah College's Distinguished Professor of Art and Design, Kathy T Hettinga, founded Design As Service and is its Art Director.

These particular images were produced in a design class on Digital Illustration.

Environmental Leaders Endorse Martha Coakley for Governor

Leaders commend Coakley’s commitment to growing green communities in Massachusetts
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[Pictured left to right: Alex Papali, Clean Water Action; Attorney General Martha Coakley; Erica Mattison, ELM Action Fund] 

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10/10/2014 - 13:24

Environmental Leaders Endorse Martha Coakley for Governor

Leaders commend Coakley’s commitment to growing green communities in Massachusetts;

BOSTON – Friday, October 10, 2014 - Martha Coakley today received the endorsement of environmental advocacy groups Clean Water Action and the Environmental League of Massachusetts (ELM) Action Fund based on her commitment and plan to create a clean energy future in Massachusetts. She was also praised for her commitment to protecting residents from toxic pollution, redeveloping brownfields and expanding the Commonwealth’s transportation network.

Flood of comments offered on waterways rule

Clean Water Action Massachusetts campaign director Becky Smith displays a child's drawing of fish in water to Curt Spalding, the EPA's regional administrator for New England, before presenting him with thousands of written comments on EPA's recent efforts to protect Massachusetts streams and wetlands.<div class=
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Boatload of Letters Delivered to EPA Leader on the Sudbury River


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Advocates Call For Stronger Protections for Local Rivers, Streams, Wetlands, and Drinking Water Sources 

California Unlined Pit Report Supporting Documents

2014 Michigan Endorsements

U.S. Senate
  • Gary Peters
  • Mark Schauer

Lieutenant Governor

  • Lisa Brown

Attorney General

  • Mark Totten

Secretary of State

Environmental and Labor Groups Back Maura Healey for Attorney General



BOSTON – Environmental advocates, labor leaders and electrical workers today rallied with Democratic candidate for Attorney General Maura Healey, saying voters have a clear choice on these important issues and naming Healey as the candidate who will side with the people as a 21st Century ratepayer advocate.

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10/02/2014 - 15:23

“Toast to Tap” Event to Celebrate Value of Safe Drinking Water for Our Health and Local Economy

Washington area celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act

October 2, 2014— Regional water utilities, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, national water organizations and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency organized a “Toast to Tap” celebration on Thursday, October 2, 2014 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act. Congress passed the Act in 1974 and authorized the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate drinking water supplies by setting water quality and delivery standards. Hosted in the Park at CityCenter in Northwest DC, the event brought together members of the water community and local businesses to highlight the value of safe water to the metro region. 

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10/02/2014 - 05:58

Clean Water Action endorses Earned Paid Sick Time Referendum (Yes on 4 MA)

Environmental advocates back Earned Paid Sick Time, Expanded Bottle Bill, and Reject Gas Tax Repeal Measure

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10/01/2014 - 07:00
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