Pennsylvania

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100 5th Avenue
Suite 1108
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
412.765.3053
412.765.1737
1315 Walnut Street
Suite 1650
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.545.0250
215.545.2315
PO Box 61346
Harrisburg, PA 17106

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Don’t let the Pennsylvania Senate block climate action

Despite President Trump’s disastrous decision to pull out the Paris Climate Accords, states across the country remain committed to working to address climate change and protect public health.

U.S. Capitol Building / photo: shutterstock, Cvandyke

Tracking the 115th Congress (2017-2018) - Pennsylvania Delegation

Big polluters have stacked Congress and the Trump Administration with their friends, and they have already started handing out favors. The polluter friendly agenda calls for rolling back our most vital protections for our water, air, climate and health.

The Shenango Coke Works site

Tell DTE to keep the Shenango site pollution free

For years the Shenango Coke Works on Neville Island has harmed the health and environment of the over 70,000 residents living nearby.

ALCOSAN sign & river

Support Pittsburgh's Green-First plan!

Let PWSA and Mayor Peduto know that you support the Clean and Green plan and want to see community benefits for your investment!

McConnell's Mills State Park in Pennsylvania

2015-2016 Pennsylvania Environmental Scorecard

The Pennsylvania Environmental Scorecard is a joint project of Conservation Voters of PA, PennEnvironment, Sierra Club Pennsylvania Chapter, and Clean Water Action.

From We All Live Downstream

Pennsylvania Capitol, photo: Clean Water Action

203 oil and gas lobbyists (in Pennsylvania alone!)

June 9, 2017

It’s clear that President Trump won’t be acting on climate or clean water – in fact everything he’s done has taken us backward. But here in Pennsylvania, we can make a difference.

Pittsburgh phone canvass (from L to R: John, Meghan, Geoff)

Do Something This Summer

June 7, 2017

Summer should be a time to have fun, to meet new people, and to get out of our comfort zones, which is why I’ve got no problem saying that of all the summer job opportunities, working with us at Clean Water Action is one of the best.

Theresa Thompson / Creative Commons

Shape Pittsburgh’s Environmental Future - Vote in the May 16th Primary

May 3, 2017

President Trump’s continued rollback of federal safeguards means we must look more toward local leaders to provide needed protections for our health and environment. That’s why it’s so important that you vote in the May 16th primary and elect candidates who embrace this responsibility. Clean Water Action has endorsed in the Democratic Primary: Bill Peduto for Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh; Ashleigh Deemer for Pittsburgh City Council, District 4; and Dan Gilman, Pittsburgh City Council, District 8.