“We can only imagine the grief of Daunte Wright’s family and community. We join them in grief and solidarity, and demand justice for Daunte."
Washington DC -- The Biden administration today released its budget request for discretionary spending.
Clean Water Action President and CEO, Bob Wendelgass, released the following response:
Clean Water Action has thousands of alumni across the country, doing amazing things. A group of alums got together and decided to help Clean Water Action build an Alumni Network.
We want you to be part of it.
To kick-off this initiative, we’re holding an inaugural alumni event on Earth day, April 22nd, 2021 AT 7 PM ET/4PM PT.
Celebrate Earth Day 2021 by supporting Clean Water Action!
Thanks to you, we’re making progress to protect public health and the environment, make democracy work, provide environmental and climate justice for all, and train the next generation of youth leaders.
Our work in 2021 is far from over, though, and we need you now more than ever! We have a goal to raise $15,000 by Earth Day, April 22nd. Can you be part of the solution and help us reach our goal?
We hope you will consider a donation to Clean Water Action in honor of Earth Day this year.
Join us on May 20th from 7-9 PM for Protecting Our Water, our annual celebration. This year we’re hosting a virtual wine tasting.
Mix and mingle with your friends and other attendees while enjoying wine from Enfield Wine Co and listen to music. You will also learn more about some of Clean Water’s priorities this year, as well as get a peek at some of the local campaigns we run in communities across the country.
23 local elected officials from throughout Allegheny County signed a joint letter sent to Dr. Debra Bogen, Director of the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD), asking for improvements in proposed new air quality rules currently under consideration.
“This proposal would concentrate too much power in the hands of a single position – the mayor -- while reducing the power of council members who are elected by district,” said David Foster, Clean Water Action’s State Director.
"Today is a good day. We look forward to working with Congress to ensure that the American Jobs Plan is just a downpayment -- if we really want to build back better, we need to go big."
“I thought we were trying to eliminate fossil fuel subsidies not increase them!"