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Long Branch, NJ 07740
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Montclair, NJ 07042
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100 for Clean Water

Be a difference maker when it comes to the environment, our health, our future.

Become 1 of the 100 for Clean Water.

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Autumn Toast to a Healthy Environment 2017

This exciting event features wine, beer and chocolate tastings, savory hors d'oeuvres, charity auction, live music by the Sandy Sasso Jazz Quartet, and much more! 

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Stop Trump's Dirty Budget!

Stop Trump from rolling back health and environmental protections.

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Rethink Disposable in New Jersey

Clean Water is taking-on single use products: from shopping bags, to food and beverage packaging, to plastic water bottles, our goal is to minimize the use of single use products. 

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Energize New Jersey

Pipelines, oil trains, fracking, and offshore oil and gas projects are impacting every corner of New Jersey.

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Coalition for Healthy Ports NY NJ

The Coalition for Healthy Ports NY NJ is a broad coalition of environmental, labor, faith, community, environmental justice and business organizations that seek to create sustainable ports in New York and New Jersey.

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Lead and Drinking Water in New Jersey

The lead crisis in Flint, Michigan; Newark, New Jersey and across the country signals a serious need to reexamine national and state drinking water policies, repair and update our crumbling water infrastructure, and make sure sure we reduce lead at the tap, especially where children are concerned.

 

From We All Live Downstream

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Just Say No to Straws

May 24, 2017

Every day in the U.S., people use 500 million straws a day - enough to circle to planet more than two-and-a-half times! Straws are now one of the top 10 marine debris items found on our beaches.

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People's Climate Movement

May 5, 2017

Clean Water Action was honored to join over 200,000 people at the People's Climate Movement in Washington DC. Our New Jersey team joined NJ Sierra Club and Bus for Progress in hosting several buses that made the trip from New Jersey to Washington DC. We met so many energized folks, people from every race and age group, who came from all over the country for this one day movement to demand action for climate change and water change. Here are some of our favorite stories and photos from the day!