Please join us virtually for Clean Water’s 27th Annual Fall Celebration in Massachusetts!
When: Thursday, October 21st, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Where: Virtual Event - We will send you a link to join after you register
We have a summer goal to raise $15,000 to protect clean water in Connecticut. Donate today to help power our campaigns to tackle water and plastic pollution across the state!
This summer, Clean Water Action's Field to Fork program wants to support the small businesses that are making a difference in our community. We have chosen 20 different restaurants that have met our sustainability standards and created passport. Dine in, have the restaurant sign your passport, and once you have visited at least 5 let us know to be entered into a raffle to win $25 sustainable dining gift cards!
Using the best practices and tools you learned in the Storytelling Workshop during the National Program Convening with Ennis Carter of Social Impact Studios, develop a story for the Clean Water Action Storytelling Project for our 50th Anniversary!
What is your Clean Water story? Why do you do the work you do? What inspires you to do this work? What are you looking forward to in the future. Tell a story that has impacted you in your Clean Water journey.
Drivers, advocates, unions, and civil rights groups announce Coalition to stop Uber/Big Gig’s $100M+ campaign to undermine civil rights, wages, and benefits of Mass. workers, urging the
companies to “follow the law.”
Massachusetts' breakthrough climate law took legal effect June 25, 90 days after it was signed by Gov. Charlie Baker.
"We applaud the House for including $45 billion in funding for lead service line replacement in the INVEST in America Act"
"Today’s decision makes passing legislation to strengthen our democracy and buttress the freedom vote even more important."
HARRISBURG – Today, leading state elected officials and members of the environmental community held an event in Harrisburg calling for immediate action by Governor Wolf and the Department of Environmental Protection to close a loophole for low-producing wells in the state’s draft methane rule before the final form is brought to the Environmental Quality Board later this summer. The loophole would leave over half of the state’s 1.1 million tons of annual oil and gas methane pollution unchecked.