Picture this: you’re walking outside in one of your favorite places… you’re enjoying the beautiful scenery… and then you realize that your new jacket is shedding toxic chemicals into the environment.The outdoor gear industry has a toxic secret. Many popular outdoor brands use PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) to waterproof their products—from jackets to boots. The production, use, and disposal of these products pollute people and the planet.
We need to convince REI, one of the top outdoor retailers, to stop selling PFAS polluting products. Will you join us?
From 1990 until 1995, Michigan had the strongest “polluter pay” law in the country. If a corporation was responsible for contaminating our land, air, or water, that corporation was also responsible for cleaning up the mess they made. In 1995 the administration of former Governor John Engler, backed by their allies at the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, gutted the polluter pay law, and funding for environmental cleanups in Michigan has suffered ever since.
For years, Clean Water Action and community partners have been working to revitalize the Grand River in order to protect water quality and ensure that recreational opportunities around the river are accessible to all Kent County Michigan residents. Right now, key parts of this project are being reviewed by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy and we need you to make a comment supporting this project today!
Please sign a letter to the DRBC urging them to revise the draft regulations to completely ban imports of fracking wastewater and exports of water for fracking, to protect the public, water supplies, the watershed’s ecosystems, and to help alleviate the climate crisis.
Take action by reaching out to your local representative and asking them to urge Attorney General Healey to obtain a preliminary injunction to halt Holtec.
The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has opened a public comment period on what the scope of their review ought to be for Enbridge’s proposed Line 5 tunnel. It is absolutely essential that Army Corps thoroughly review this project, and after completing a full Environmental Impact Statement, reject Enbridge’s permit requests.