The Clean Water Scorecard for the 115th Congress
2018 Elections: A Fight for Clean Water
Clean Water Action celebrates the Clean Water Act and the legacy of its founder, David Zwick, recommits to the fight to protect clean water

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

 Capitol Dome with flag
September 18, 2018

Despite the fact that I knew, in real time, how many members of Congress were voting to wipe out protections for our water, supporting an agenda to walk back action on climate, and putting the short-term profits of campaign donors before the needs of the public, I was a little shocked at the terrible scores.

Water from a faucet / photo: istock
October 10, 2018

Everything I did in the first five minutes after getting out of bed this morning would not have been possible without water and the critical infrastructure that delivers it to my home.

David Zwick Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act
October 18, 2018

Forty-two years ago today, on October 18, 1972, the U.S. Congress passed the Clean Water Act. Clean Water Action was founded that same year to help push for final passage of the law and to work for ongoing clean water protections. 

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