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Testimony in Support of NJ's Environmental Justice Bill

July 24, 2020

Kim Gaddy, Clean Water Action's Environmental Justice Organizer, testified before the NJ Assembly Environment Committee on Monday July 20, 2020 in support of NJ's Environmental Justice legislation (S232 / A2212). If you live in New Jersey, please contact your legislators to urge them to pass the most protective cumulative impacts bill in the nation.

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The Animas River Spill: A Legacy of Unchecked Pollution

August 14, 2015

Last weekend, I was heartbroken as I watched the Animas River turn orange. For those of you who have not had the occasion to visit the Animas River or drive through some of its mountain towns like Silverton, simply driving by can seem as though you are inserting yourself into a John Fielder or Ansel Adams photo.

The Interns of Clean Water

July 28, 2015
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By Adriana Diaz, Florida Intern

SB 248: Common Sense Protections From Oil and Gas Operations in CA

July 23, 2015

By Andrew Grinberg, CA Oil and Gas Program Manager - Follow Andrew on Twitter (@AndrewBGrinberg)

This post is part of Clean Water Action’s ongoing series this month on California Oil and Gas policy. The entire “July: Oil and Gas Month” series can be found here.

Saying sHELL NO

July 18, 2015

By Michael Kelly, Communications Director - Follow Michael on Twitter (@MichaelEdKelly)

A Body Blow to Fracking Industry Spin

July 14, 2015

By Andrew Grinberg, California Oil and Gas Program Manager - Follow Andrew on Twitter (@AndrewBGrinberg)

Out of sight, Out of mind, Out of Control

July 13, 2015

By Eli Scott, Oakland Field Canvass Director

First of its kind: California's groundwater monitoring program for fracking

July 8, 2015

By Andrew Grinberg, California Oil & Gas Program Manager - Follow Andrew on Twitter (@AndrewBGrinberg)

What a Surprise: The Dirty Water Caucus is at it Again

July 7, 2015

By Lynn Thorp, National Campaigns Director - Follow Lynn on Twitter (@LTCWA)

As the U.S. House of Representatives takes up spending bills for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and