Minnesota Water Action Wednesday Series
Minnesota Water Action Wednesdays are a series of virtual events discussing pressing issues and topics regarding protecting our Minnesota water resources, learning the background and history, where we currently stand, what the future holds, and how you can take action.
Each month Clean Water Action staff will give exclusive briefings on a wide range of topics that affect the health of our communities and environment. Join us for a better understanding of the key issues affecting our water and the work Clean Water Action is doing to address the problems.
RSVP for upcoming events below and to watch recordings of previous events.
The Environment as an Issue in Local Elections
October 13th, 2021
Digging in to Lead Service Line Replacement
November 10th, 2021
Plastics and Climate – why we need to ReThink Disposable
December 8th, 2021
2022 Legislative Session Preview
January 12th, 2022
Previous Water Action Wednesday Briefings:
Insider Briefing on the Line 3 Fight.
June 2nd, 2021
Environmental Health and Justice Organizer Sasha Lewis-Norelle discusses the background of the Line 3 fight, why it's important to stop Line 3, what current activism against the pipeline looks like, and end with clear steps to take action.
What’s Next on PFAS?
July 14th, 2021 | 7 PM CST
Tom Johnson, Clean Water Action Minnesota Toxics Program Organizer, will lead a discussion on PFAS pollution in Minnesota, the extent of the problem and the risks posed to human and environmental health from these forever chemicals, and what you can do to take action to protect clean water.
The Link Between Food and Climate
August 11th, 2021
Laura Kastenbauer, Clean Water Action Minnesota Field to Fork Program Organizer, will discuss the links between our food supply and climate change, how we are combating against food production pollution, and what you can do to take action to protect clean water.
Incinerators are NOT Renewable Energy
September 8th, 2021
Environmental Health and Justice Organizer Sasha Lewis-Norelle discusses the incineration pollution in frontline communities and the fight to protect the health of Minnesotans and our environment.