Frederick is losing too much forest to development, but two bills before the County Council right now could change that!
Why is this so important? Read about why Frederick rallied for our forests back in October.
Join us for a public hearing on Tuesday, June 7, at 7PM to speak out for Frederick's forests and Council bills 20-07 and 20-08.
Join public artist Graham Coreil-Allen and Clean Water Action's Maryland Program Manager Jennifer Kunze as they explore the cultural and environmental impacts of cars in and around Druid Hill Park. Beginning in the 1940s, car-oriented planning deprived neighboring residents of the public health, cultural, and economic benefits of Druid Hill Park. Construction of the Druid Hill Expressway and the Jones Falls Expressway resulted in dangerous five-to-nine-lane-wide highways encapsulating the park, and blocking access by nearby residents.
This year, residents of Baltimore City will vote for their next Mayor, Comptroller, and City Council.
Join us for a virtual discussion to learn about clean distributed energy generation and community-owned microgrids, how we can reimagine our energy systems, and innovative work underway right now to get us there.
Join us for the 2nd virtual town hall in our #MIWaterMIFuture series at 7 PM on Thursday, May 14th!
In late 2018 the Michigan legislature passed HB 4205. Nicknamed “No Stricter Than Federal”, this bill prohibited state agencies from adopting or creating rules that are stricter than federal standards unless exceptional circumstances could be demonstrated.
Join Clean Water Action, Sierra Club, State Senator Jeff Irwin and Representative Yousef Rabhi to discuss how we can protect our water and make polluters pay!
Michigan still does not require polluting corporations to pay for the cleanup of the messes they create. Faced with another economic recession, we must get critical protections in place to ensure that industrial contamination is cleaned up and disincentivized moving forward.
As many of us, including Clean Water Fund's staff, find ourselves inside and working from home, how can we make sure those environments are as safe and healthy as possible?
Indoor air is often more polluted than outside air, due to toxins from consumer products like furniture, food packaging, and even the cleaners we use to clean, disinfect and protect ourselves from threats like COVID-19. How do we know what products have problematic chemicals and which are safer?
On April 22nd 2020, the United States will celebrate the 50th Earth Day!
That anniversary is falling at a tumultuous time for our country, planet, and people. Worldwide, people are experiencing the lasting impact of the coronavirus. The presidential and congressional elections are perhaps the most important ever. Youth leaders are rising up against corruption, and demanding a prosperous future.