If we truly want to celebrate the Clean Water Act, we must protect and strengthen it.
On Prime Day, Worker and Environmental Groups Launch Air Quality Testing Initiative at Amazon Facilities, Announce that Amazon Has the Largest Number of Reported OSHA Violations of Any Corporation in NJ.
PROVIDENCE- Clean Water Action is pleased to announce its endorsement of US Congressman Jim Langevin and US Congressman David Cicilline in the general election on November 3rd, 2020.
LANSING- Today, Clean Water Action announced its endorsement of Christopher Slat for the Michigan State House.
LANSING- Today, Clean Water Action announced its endorsement of Cynthia Johnson for the Michigan State House.
“From her strong support for holding corporations accountable to her consistent advocacy for our water and public health, Cynthia Johnson has spent her time in office as an environmental champion," said Mary Brady-Enerson, Clean Water Action Michigan Director. "She knows the reality of how weak environmental policy can devastate communities and her work towards environmental justice is the real deal,” concluded Brady-Enerson.
LANSING- Today, Clean Water Action announced its endorsement of Tyrone Carter for the Michigan State House.
“Throughout his first term, Tyrone Carter has been a champion on environmental issues," said Mary Brady-Enerson, Clean Water Action Michigan Director. "He represents a district that has seen the impacts of environmental racism and injustice for far too long, and knows that we have to start holding polluting corporations accountable,” concluded Brady-Enerson.
Clean Water Action is pleased to announce its endorsed Rhode Island General Assembly candidates for the 2020 election.
Group Points to Pendley’s Illegal Tenure as Acting BLM Director, Opposition to Public Lands, Ties to Big Oil & Gas, Racism, As Reasons to Give Pendley the Pink Slip
Starting today, a new online ad buy from Clean Water Fund, a leading environmental advocacy group, will target US Senators with messages demanding that they call for the immediate firing of acting Bureau of Land Management director, William Perry Pendley.
A coalition of environmental groups applauded the NJ Legislature’s passage today of A1978/S864. The bill now goes to the desk of Gov. Murphy and he has 45 days to act on the legislation.
The following statement can be attributed to Mary Brady-Enerson, Michigan Director, Clean Water Action:
“In the past few weeks, the skies over Michigan have been darkened by the smoke from fires burning 2,000 miles away. Over the past year, Michigan’s record-breaking high water levels have eroded the Great Lakes shoreline. Severe storms have flooded communities across our state. All the while, federal authorities have done nothing to prepare our country for the life-threatening impacts of the climate crisis.