Tell EPA: Clean Water Can’t Wait
Putting Drinking Water First: Restoring Clean Water Act Protections to Streams and Wetlands
Clean Water's Putting Drinking Water First approach means preventing threats to drinking water where they start.
Tracking Attacks from Congress on Public Health, Clean Water, and Action on Climate Change
Keeping tabs on the 115th Congress (2017-2018)

The Issues

Stream, image from the surface of the water. Photo credit: Olesya Mishkina / Shutterstock
Protect Our Water and Health
Fighting Harmful Impacts of Oil and Gas Production
Climate Change is Water Change
Engaging the Public, Electing Clean Water Leaders

From We All Live Downstream

Thank you for all you do for clean water
November 21, 2017

Clean Water members and activists were one of the bright spots of 2017. Throughout the year member and activists like you sent messages, mailed letters, signed postcards, and made phone calls. You attended rallies and town hall events. You got involved and you spoke loud and clear. 

We won' go backward - protest photo (Women's March on DC Jan 2017). Credit Michael Kelly
October 18, 2017

We can change the world. We can fight for the things that are right and stop the really bad ideas and the injustices we see. But we have to get involved. We have to do the work. That is what Clean Water Action members are doing. I am gobsmacked by their engagement and their passion.

Watering a plant
November 21, 2017

Some of this weekend’s "bargains" will end up in a landfill or incinerator when they break or become obsolete, maybe as soon as a few months from now. Many of our purchases can have other big environmental and social impacts, too. They can be over-packaged and non-recyclable, and offshore or irresponsible manufacturing can pollute air, land and water and endanger workers’ health and the communities where they operate.

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