Events

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Harrisburg, PA

A Franklin & Marshall Poll found, 62% of Pennsylvanians think more should be done to address climate change and only 26% approve of how our state government has handled oil and gas development.

Yet we continue to see inaction from our legislature. That is why we’re organizing for measures to control methane, a greenhouse gas more 80 times more potent than carbon dioxide to our climate. A recent study shows methane emissions in Pennsylvania are five times higher than what industry is reporting.

Thursday, Jun 07, 2018
Washington, DC

Please join the Center for the Study of Responsive Law, Clean Water Action and Friends of the Earth for a memorial gathering to honor the life and legacy of David Zwick.

Program starting at 4pm, Reception to follow (light food & refreshments)

Whether or not you are able to attend, please use our RSVP form so we can stay in touch and avoid duplicate messages.

Monday, Apr 23, 2018
Austin, TX

Celebrate our 30 years in Texas at Clean Water Fund's annual Spring for Water party and fundraiser.

This year's Spring for Water will once again include appetizers, libations, music,  celebrity guests, and a silent auction. We'll also be honoring David Zwick, who founded Clean Water Fund and Clean Water Action. David passed away earlier this year after over 40 years of environmental organizing.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Boston, MA

Join Clean Water Action at the Carrie Nation Restaurant and Cocktail Club in downtown Boston for an after work gathering to celebrate our collaborative successes over the past year and build power for what lies ahead. Please purchase your tickets and sponsorship below.

Don't wait - RSVP today!

 

Tuesday, Apr 24, 2018
4058 Minnesota Ave, N.E., DC

A major Clean Water Action priority in DC is the restoration of the Anacostia River, particularly the remediation of toxic sediments in the river that are the largest remain impediment to safe recreational use of the river. The DC Department of Energy and Environment has been working for several years to study the sediment problem and make recommendations for the clean up. The first set of documents has been released, and the first public meeting has been set. See below for more info from DOEE:

Saturday, May 12, 2018
Ocean City, MD

Maryland needs to not only say no to crude oil infrastructure and other fossil fuels, but say yes to renewable energy that will bring clean power and good green jobs to our state. That's why we're working to make Maryland the first state in the country to buy in big on offshore wind. The two offshore wind farms proposed for Maryland would bring thousands of jobs to Baltimore and the Eastern Shore and provide enough clean power for over 500,000 homes - but this fall, we'll need to fight for the permits they need before Maryland sees these benefits.

Saturday, May 19, 2018
Baltimore, MD

Maryland needs to not only say no to crude oil infrastructure and other fossil fuels, but say yes to renewable energy that will bring clean power and good green jobs to our state. That's why we're working to make Maryland the first state in the country to buy in big on offshore wind. The two offshore wind farms proposed for Maryland would bring thousands of jobs to Baltimore and the Eastern Shore and provide enough clean power for over 500,000 homes - but this fall, we'll need to fight for the permits they need before Maryland sees these benefits.

Thursday, May 03, 2018
Pawtuxet Village, RI

You are invited to attend our Earth Day Breakfast of Champions being held Thursday, May 3, 2018, 8:30 - 10:00 AM, at the Aspray Bost House, Pawtuxet Village, Warwick, Rhode Island. Purchase tickets.