Massachusetts

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88 Broad Street, Lower Level
Boston, MA 02118
617-338-8131
160 Main Street, Suite 6
Northampton, MA 01060
413.584.9830
413.586.7180

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Zero Waste for Massachusetts

Our state’s landfills and incinerators pollute the air and water of neighboring communities. The solution to our waste problem needs to be making less waste, not building more polluting facilities. Learn more, and sign our petition to incoming Governor Healey!

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New England Currents | Fall 2022

Check out our Fall updates in Clean Water Action's New England Currents -- Fall 2022 Newsletter.

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PFAS: The Forever Chemicals

Learn more about PFAS, a class of chemicals used to make products grease proof, water-proof, stick-proof, and stain-resistant. 

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Action Alert: We Must Stop the Dumping of Nuclear Waste in Cape Cod Bay

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.

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Environmental and health advocates call on Massachusetts legislators to get toxic chemicals out of children’s products

BOSTON--Silent Spring Institute published a peer-reviewed article today that details how widespread per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are in children’s products, including

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Youth Action Collaborative

Clean Water Massachusetts Youth Action Collaborative is a space to educate, energize, and organize Massachusetts youth to take action on local environmental issues that you’re passionate about as well as plugging you into key campaigns already happening in Massachusetts.

From We All Live Downstream

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Tackling Air Pollution in Massachusetts

December 1, 2022

Clean air is a human right, but Massachusetts could be doing more to ensure that all residents have safe air to breathe, regardless of their zip code.

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Latine Voices in Environmentalism

October 13, 2022

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, I wanted to take the time to highlight how environmental problems look different for U.S. Latines based on my interviews with 42 Latine adults living in different cities including Miami, New York City, and San Antonio.