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Top ten reasons to Join the Community Solar Movement in Maryland

July 17, 2019

How did you feel when you heard the recent news about EPA caving to big polluters and scrapping the Clean Power Plan pollution rules launched during the Obama Administration? Most of the reporting focused on the horrible climate and air pollution impacts, but the harmful water impacts will be equally severe.

Let's Break Free from Plastic

Support our campaigns to break free from plastic

June 22, 2019

When the summer weather’s nice, and even when it’s not, clean water means fun for everyone.



Let’s keep it that way.



Donate now to join Clean Water Action and fight the rising tide of single-use disposable plastic trash that threatens our water and our health.



Raise funds for Clean Water by taking surveys!

What Do You Think? Share Your Opinion. You can help raise $1 million for Clean Water!

May 6, 2019

Most Clean Water Action members we know – people like you who care about our water and want to see it protected – hold a wide range of opinions. Those opinions sometimes count for more than you might think – a lot more!

              How Much is YOUR Opinion Worth?

a dog in a river / photo: flickr.com/isthmene CC

Want to help make real change in 2019?

January 22, 2019

Start by Taking Charge of Your Change – a new way you can support the fight to Protect Clean Water.

We’ve all had this experience.

You make it to the end of the check-out line. Then, in front of everybody, the cashier looks you in the eye and says “Will you be adding a donation today for [name that worthy cause]?’

a dog in a river / photo: flickr.com/isthmene CC

How to Make an Impact for Clean Water

December 5, 2018

If you feel like you’re getting body-slammed by all the requests coming in through your phone or computer, you’re not alone. Here’s why: almost one-third of total giving happens in the month of December. The causes you care about most, and many others, don’t want to be left out.

Connected Giving Round-up Donations Solution

Making Change is easier than you think

July 16, 2018

Has this ever happened to you?

You’re finished shopping. You’re ready to head home with your groceries, or that special gift you just bought, or that last item you needed to finish the project you’ve been working on.

Then comes The Ask: “Would you like to donate your change to [name that worthy cause]?”

Polluter water, cars. Courtesy of Documerica

Water Wasteland - A Blueprint for Change

February 9, 2018

Third, the book elevated those local experiences and the leaders fighting locally for clean water to advocate directly for strong protections, funding and enforcement through the Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act and other laws.

Protect Clean Water on Giving Tuesday.

What is Giving Tuesday? (It’s all about the water.)

November 28, 2017

Giving Tuesday – the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving – is a day to remember and celebrate what we love, and the things for which we’re truly thankful. It is in part in tended as an antidote to all the shopping and crass commercialism.

Watering a plant

Buy. More. Stuff. (Actually don't) - Sustainable Shopping Tips

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.

Swift River, White Mountain National Forest. Credit: haveseen / Shutterstock

On Being a Clean Water Voter in the Granite State

October 25, 2016

I moved to New Hampshire in 1989 and have seen many things change since then. In addition to raising two fine young men (with my wife) and enjoying the state’s friendly people and great natural beauty, I’ve gotten to participate first-hand in the grassroots democracy for which the state is also famous.