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Putting a Price on Pollution

Clean Water Action, as a member of the Energize Rhode Island coalition, is fighting for a solution that can reduce the environmental impacts of warming temperatures, while helping the Ocean State’s economy develop alternatives to the burning of fossil fuels.

Protect Families and Firefighters from Flame Retardants

Flame retardant chemicals sound like a good thing.

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Green Infrastructure Coalition

Clean Water Action is a leading member of the Rhode Island Green Infrastructure Coalition, which advocates for natural landscaping methods to help clean and control storm water. Learn more.

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Say NO to a Gas Plant in Providence

We don't need a new Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) plant here in Providence and Mayor Elorza needs to stand with us to stop it!

What Is a Green Scene?

A Green Event seeks to minimize its impact on the environment and host community by incorporating core principles of resource conservation. These principles range from providing recycling to bike racks to procuring renewable energy and reusable materials.

From We All Live Downstream

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Take the Pledge! - 10 Things You Can Do to Reduce Single-Use Waste

July 17, 2018

With Americans' busy lifestyles, often the last thing on people's minds is how much garbage they produce.

Retailer Report Card

Retailer Report Card Released with Failing Grades

November 14, 2017

A new Retailer Report Card from Mind the Store, a project of the Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families coalition, grades major retailers on actions they have taken to remove toxic products from their shelves.

HUGE WIN: General Assembly votes to protect Rhode Island families and first responders!

September 19, 2017

Yesterday, the Rhode Island House of Representatives voted to pass H5082, which will phase out the use of organohalogens, a dangerous chemical used in flame retardants that is associated with cance