Clean Water Action has requested a review by the NJ Attorney General on the proposed deal to transfer the Oyster Creek license and $982 million decommissioning fund to a Camden-based company that has partnered with a Canadian energy giant reportedly facing corruption charges in that country.
As part of a $2.5 million national election effort, Clean Water Action helped create a green wave in Pennsylvania that elected a slate of candidates who’ll chart new paths for the environment in Washington D.C. and Harrisburg.
"Person to person conversations are the best way to move the needle and motivate people to be clean water voters -- canvassing wins elections," said Bob Wendelgass, President and CEO of Clean Water Action. "We have relied on door to door canvassing to elect clean water leaders and win important policies for more than 30 years. We knew the only way to respond to the 2016 elections was to redouble our efforts, identify districts we could flip and candidates we could support, and build the people power to win elections through our field teams."
Statewide, the organization's robust field operations brought dozens of professional canvassers into neighborhoods throughout four targeted districts - knocking on more than 220,000 doors across New Jersey and mobilizing tens of thousands of voters to the polls.
Pittsburgh -- Campaign finance reports filed last week with the Pennsylvania Department of State show oil and gas companies making substantial campaign donations to prop up three Republican State House and State Senate candidates running in hotly contested races in the North Hills.
We're thrilled Barbara Helmick is the first recipient of the David Zwick Award. It's fitting -- Barbara changed the way that advocates organize communities.
Clean Water Action is proud to support Katie Porter and Harley Rouda for Congress. Both candidates are in Orange County; Porter and Rouda are running in Congressional District 45 and 48, respectively.
“We are enthusiastic about endorsing Katie Porter and Harley Rouda,” said Dan Howells, State Director for Clean Water Action California. “Both candidates share our commitment to stopping offshore drilling, investing in renewable energy development and championing the environmental protections that will keep our water clean.”
“Clean Water Action is proud to endorse California’s Proposition 3,” said Dan Howells, State Director for Clean Water Action California. Proposition 3 will enable a variety of programs that align with Clean Water Action California’s goal of ensuring our state has sustainable, safe water sources for all.
Oakland, CA--Clean Water Action is proud to support Marguerite Young for Ward 3 Director of the East Bay Municipal Utility District. “We are enthusiastic about endorsing Marguerite Young,” said Dan Howells, State Director for Clean Water Action California. “Young is the kind of environmental champion that we need in EBMUD. She has focused on protecting our water sources and promoting sustainable water conservation practices.”
Today, Clean Water Action joined the Pinelands Preservation Alliance and other environmental groups on the steps of the capitol for a Rally to Protect the Pinelands, presenting thousands of petitions to Governor Murphy urging him to reform the Pinelands Commission.