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Safer Sofas

Toxic flame retardant chemicals are no longer needed in home products made with polyurethane foam—but a new report shows that while many companies are making sure their products are free of toxic flame retardants, others are lagging behind.

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Empowering Clean Energy Communities

Connecticut has a great way to connect skilled volunteers and residents to local energy planning and policy efforts: the Clean Energy Task Force. There are more than 60 task forces across the state.

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Solar for All – Building for Breakthrough

Community shared renewables – continues to stall. But we're changing that.

From We All Live Downstream

Why I Support Clean Water

Clean Water Matters. Your Support Matters.

December 29, 2016

Throughout 2016 there has been one team that I know I can count on to do what it takes to protect clean water, put drinking water first, and help our communities build a clean energy future - Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund.

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Building Clean Energy in the Nutmeg State

December 14, 2016

Clean Water is determined to hold onto clean energy progress in the Connecticut, and to begin a strange new political era with vision and mojo.  We are gearing up by visiting and celebrating some of the state’s most exciting clean energy installations -  and making a party of it.

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Children's Health Month Ends Today, but Our Work Continues

October 31, 2016

This blog post is by a member of the Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Connecticut.

October is Children's Health Month and what we do to the environment impacts children’s health.