This past Spring and Summer, Clean Water Action's ReThink Disposable program organized virtual screenings of The Story of Plastic and post-film discussions across the nation! Each screening was followed by discussions and a Q&A with hyperlocal leaders, advocates, and business members.
Clean Water Action participated in a #LetUsBreatheNJ Virtual Town Hall for World Asthma Day on May 5th.
The Town Hall raised awareness of asthma and improve the lives of all people living with this chronic disease. The event featured featured elected officials, health professionals and grassroots leaders working on the front lines to address the root causes in "asthma hotspots" like Newark, Elizabeth, Camden, and California as well as state legislators promoting environmental justice legislation. Watch the virtual event below!
While we can't gather in person right now, we can still work together to advocate for our planet's future!
Check out Clean Water Action's Taking Climate Action: Weekly Virtual Workshop Series which was held LIVE on Facebook in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. The series featured informative speakers and calls to action to tackle the climate crisis. Watch the entire series below:
Activism is about community, so Clean Water Action is Zooming our activist community to your living room! Due to COVID-19 and taking the necessary precautions to keep our staff and members safe, Clean Water Action's conference went virtual this year! You can watch the panel below, which was featured LIVE on Facebook.
Please join us for Clean Water’s 26th Annual Fall Celebration in Massachusetts
Join us for our first Virtual Nationwide Event - Fighting Back and Moving Forward!
Learn what we are doing for the upcoming elections and how we plan to reverse this administration's rollbacks in health and environmental protections and strengthen protections for our water.
Currently, the City of Newark is strongly considering a regional water infrastructure plan that would include other neighboring CSO communities and won’t necessarily make the needs of Newark a priority. This is your time to get involved! We must make sure the voices of Newarkers are heard and our dollars are spent on benefits to Newark as a priority.
We want to hear your questions about the combined sewer control plans the city is working on. Join our virtual conversation on July 29th!
Frederick is losing too much forest to development, but two bills before the County Council right now could change that!
Why is this so important? Read about why Frederick rallied for our forests back in October.
Join us for a public hearing on Tuesday, June 7, at 7PM to speak out for Frederick's forests and Council bills 20-07 and 20-08.