On World Water Day, the Fight to Protect MA Kids from Lead Continues
It’s going to take legislative action, federal funding, private grants, and, of course, grassroots organizing, to protect Massachusetts kids from lead. On this World Water Day, we commit to fighting until everyone has access to clean water.Read More
Healthy Lungs Begin At Home
No one should fall asleep each night in a loft covered in mold. Let’s make sure that everyone has access to clean air, whether owner or tenant.Read More
Black History Month Champion: Erga Pierrette
“During the day, I am a school adjustment counselor working in a public middle school in Revere and during the evening I am a community organizer. As a result of my passions, I wear many hats and am connected with numerous committees and community groups! As a community organizer dedicated to disrupting racism and bringing people together, I am grateful for connecting with Clean Water Action which helped my city secure funds to remove lead pipes in our EJ communities. I believe that “it takes one person to make a difference and a group of people to bring forth change!”Read More
Keep it off the curb! How to keep these 5 banned items out of your trash
Recycling some items can take a little bit more work than just putting mixed paper on the curb, but it’s worth it to protect our communities from the pollution caused by landfills and incinerators! Here's how to keep 5 banned items off of the curb.Read More
8 Bills to Support for a Healthier, More Just Massachusetts
It’s the start of a new legislative session in Massachusetts, which means it’s time for the biannual scramble to secure co-sponsors for our priority bills. This year, Clean Water Action is working to line up support for our Healthy Futures for All legislative package to protect residents, particularly children, from exposure to health-threatening toxics and pollution.Read More
Don’t Panic Shop! Your Guide to Last Minute Zero Waste Holiday Gifts.
Check out our guide to zero waste gifts, and celebrate sustainably.Read More
ReThink Disposable Goes National!
Clean Water Fund’s ReThink Disposable program has been awarded a NOAA Marine Debris Pollution Prevention Grant to launch ReThink Disposable in 6 of our Clean Water Action offices along the East Coast and the Great Lakes.Read More
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