On Tuesday, June 18th, 2013, Clean Water Action will hold our annual Lobby Day at the state capitol in Harrisburg. Come lobby with us! The day will consist of the opportunity to meet with your state senator and representative as well as taking part in our rally for Department of Environmental Protection accountability at noon in the capitol rotunda.
It takes strength in numbers to show our elected officials that the people of Pennsylvania want to be protected from the dangers of fracking and want the Department of Environmental Protection to do its job! Join us!
Mystery, questions and concerns continue to surround Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) policies for testing water that has been suspected of being impacted by Marcellus Shale natural gas operations. These issues were originally brought to light when it was revealed that DEP doesn’t report full test results to residents, depriving them of critical health and safety information. People have a right to know ALL the results whether good or bad. Let the state know that you want them to release all water testing results from gas drilling investigations!
The regulators are not doing their job again. And - together - we must do something about it.The Susquehanna River Basin Commission (SRBC) has the job of protecting the Susquehanna. Clean Water Action needs your support in a vital campaign to get the Susquehanna State Governors (Corbett, Cuomo, O'Malley) to protect the Susquehanna from the negative effects of Fracking. The SRBC, which is run by Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, and the Federal Government, is supposed to be the chief protector of the Susquehanna River.
Combating air pollution in Allegheny County, organizing with residents in the municipalities across the Ohio River to reduce the pollution coming from Neville Island and ensure that industry is being a "good neighbor is just some of our work to make air cleaner in Allegheny County.Find out more at the Bucket Bridgade.