Meeting summary from the Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in San Francisco Bay Fish virtual forum which took place on February 4th, 2022. The forum was organized by Clean Water Action - Clean Water Fund, the California Indian Environmental Alliance, and the San Franscisco Estuary Institute with assistance from the Green Science Policy Institute and The Water Foundation.
This joint scorecard from Clean Water Action and Sierra Club Michigan Chapter is a first in the history of both organizations, focusing not on environmental bills in the Michigan legislature but scoring bills that would have harmful impacts on our democracy.
Groundwater resources play a vital role in maintaining environmental sustainability in California. During a typical year, approximately 40 percent of the state’s total water supply comes from groundwater. During dry years, groundwater contributes 60 percent (or more) of the state’s total supply, and serves as a critical buffer against the impacts of drought and climate change.
The Environmental Justice for All Act (H.R. 2021), introduced by Representative Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) and Representative Donald McEachin, (D-VA) is a long overdue package of reforms that will help address the history of environmental injustice that has led to undue burdens of pollution on people of color and low-income communities. Clean Water Action has submitted the following letter to the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee in support of this legislation.
February 14, 2022
In This Issue
In This Issue
In this issue read more about Clean Water Action's work in Michigan to protect our Great Lakes and our Democracy, an update on the fight to Shut Down Line 5, acting on climate with community power, and how you can get involved.