Clean Water Action is appalled by the sudden release of the massive $11.5 billion corporate tax subsidies bill and the undemocratic rush to shove it down the public’s throat during the holidays in the middle of the pandemic.
On Tuesday, November 3rd, a record number of Virginia voters led the way and elected pro-environmental candidates to the White House and the U.S. House of Representatives, and voted against the Trump Administration’s anti-science agenda.
2020 was a challenging and inspiring year for our work in the District of Columbia. Our accomplishments would not have been possible without the on-the-ground leadership of our Anacostia-based members in the District Wards 7 and 8.
The Delaware River Basin Commission voted to approve a permit for a highly controversial fracked gas terminal to be built in South Jersey, despite a flood of public comments opposing the dangerous project.
The following statement can be attributed to Mary Brady-Enerson, Michigan Director, Clean Water Action:
Join Clean Water Action, Sierra Club Michigan, and newly elected members of our Michigan legislature for our next On Tap townhall event! Our guests for the 3rd event in our series on December 10rd at 7 PM are:
Representative-Elect Regina Weiss (District 27: Berkley, Ferndale, Hazel Park, Huntington Woods, Oak Park, Pleasant Ridge, Royal Oak Twp)
Welcome to We All Live Downstream: a Clean Water Action Podcast available on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.
Join Clean Water Action, Sierra Club Michigan, and newly elected members of our Michigan legislature for our next On Tap townhall event! Our guests for the 2nd event in our series on December 3rd at 7 PM are:
Representative-Elect Ranjeev Puri (District 21: Belleville, Canton Twp, Van Buren Twp)
Representative-Elect Christine Morse (District 61: Portage, Oshemo Twp, Prairie Ronde Twp, Schoolcraft Twp, Texas Twp)