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Email DEP Secretary Patrick McDonnell and demand the strong controls for methane emissions from existing oil and gas operations.

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A federal labeling loophole allows manufacturers to hide unlabeled, unregulated toxic fragrance ingredients in the products they sell.

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Contact your legislators today and tell them that you support the State Water Plan moving forward as an executive order, and you want them to vote to pass it in the 2019 legislative session.

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Please sign the Jersey Renews petition urging New Jersey's elected officials to take steps to fight climate change and protect good jobs. 

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Studies have shown that the current EPA advisory limit for PFAS in water allows levels that are too high to protect our health.

Tell your state representative to support HB 5375 because we need a safe drinking water standard for the most common PFAS chemicals.

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The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) has proposed to ban fracking in the Watershed, but the fight isn't over. The DRBC has drafted new rules that will ban high volume fracking in the Watershed, but will still allow fracking wastewater disposal and treatment in the Basin, and allow water to be withdrawn from the Delaware and used for fracking elsewhere.

Governor Murphy, along with the governors of New York, Pennsylvania, and Delaware and a federal representative, gets to vote on these rules.

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Ask the NJ State Legislature for a ban on single-use plastics.

 

Earlier this month Berkeley unanimously passed a resolution that declared a Climate Emergency. 

Bold climate leaders like Berkeley’s Mayor and city council are needed now as the Trump administration and Republican leaders in Congress throw out decades worth of environmental protections we all fought so hard to pass. The Climate Emergency Resolution calls for Berkeley to address climate change as the actual global threat that it is by ending citywide greenhouse gas emissions as soon as possible and initiating a regional Bay Area Just Transition and Climate Mobilization.