HB 6526 Toxics Disclosure and Innovation for Healthy Children. This bill will:
The media described Nor’easter Nemo as the worst blizzard in New England since the winter storm of 1978 and it sure was wild! With the effects of Nemo and Hurricane Sandy still being addressed, it is hard not to feel that the intensity and frequency of destructive storms in New England have been increasing.
New England likes to pride itself on innovation, on sparking new ideas and inventions.
Basketball? Invented in 1891 in Springfield, Massachusetts. The first American subway system hit the rails in Boston, 1898. First printed newspaper? Hartford Courant, published in 1764. First frisbee? Thrown on New Haven Green, 1920. The first circus launched in Newport, Rhode Island in 1774.
Clean Water Action’s New England team is promoting a suite of innovative measures to protect health, stimulate the green economy and advance environmental justice. Together with Clean Water Action members, community partners and allies, we’re making a big push to make progress throughout the region in 2013. This overview covers the latest from your state. Please join Clean Water Action and speak out in support of clean air, clean water and healthier communities.
Campaign drives are under way to support clean energy and chemical safety advances.
Toxics: Clean Water Action supports bills to protect children’s health by eliminating toxic chemicals from consumer goods in daily use.
Clean energy in Connecticut is under attack. Northeast Utilities is
pressuring DEEP and our legislature to water down Connecticut's clean
energy commitments. Instead of supporting clean energy like wind and
solar in this region it will send Connecticut dollars and jobs to
Canada. Our legislators need to hear from you today to stop this
corporate giveaway to Northeast Utilities and Hydro-Quebec.