Michigan

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909 Abbot Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48823
(517) 203-0754
(517) 203-0760
552 S. Main St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
734.222.6347
734.222.6473
23885 Denton Street
Suite B
Clinton Township, MI 48036
586.783.3277
586.783.4033

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Be a Clean Water Voter - Michigan Endorsements for 2020

Below is a list of Clean Water Action endorsements for the 2020 Michigan general election. We'll be adding to this list as we announce more endorsements.

 

map via University of Michigan

Tell EGLE to Deny Enbridge's Permit Request for the Line 5 Tunnel

Send a message to the Director of the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy.

MI Water, MI Future virtual town hall series schedule

MI Water, MI Future Virtual Town Hall Series

MI Water, MI Future Virtual Town Hall Series

Picture of Mackinac Straits. Caption: Protect Our Great Lakes & Straits, Shut Down Line 5 No Tunnel

Ask Governor Whitmer to revoke Enbridge's Line 5 easement

Last week, Governor Whitmer asked Enbridge Inc., to provide financial assurance mechanisms as well as an insurance policy for the Line 5 pipeline that names the state of Michigan as co-insured.

Lake Michigan, photo: flickr.com/elviskennedy  (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Water is a Public Resource in Michigan

Our state is defined by water, and in Michigan our water belongs to the people. But we don’t always act like water is our most importance resource.

From We All Live Downstream

Warnings "Do Not Eat The Fish" due to PFAS in multiple languages

Michigan's New PFAS Standards- A Step in the Right Direction

August 25, 2020

In states across the country, Clean Water Action is tackling the PFAS pollution problem.

Kramer Newman

$8 million to stop Kramer and Newman!!

February 18, 2020

In a very memorable episode of Seinfeld, Kramer and Newman take off in Newman’s mail truck loaded down with empty pop cans to return in Michigan for a tidy profit of 10 cents per can.

Spilled orange juice -- crtedit Martin Brigden (Flickr -- Creative Commons)

Making Polluters Pay Again

May 20, 2019

It’s 2002. I’m seven years old and sitting at my dining room table with my mom, eating breakfast and drinking a glass of orange juice.