Water Action Wednesday: Women's History Month
To learn where we need to go, we have to learn where we’ve been. Take #WaterActionWednesday time today to learn more about the history and leadership of Women in the Environmental Protection movement!Read More
Congress Poised to Act on Diesel Pollution
Written by Jonathan Scott, Clean Water Action’s interim Communications Director What if there was a way to save lives in communities across the country that would also protect and create jobs, improve children’s health, reduce global warming pollution and protect our water? That is exactly what theRead More
The Story of Cosmetics: What’s Really in Your Personal Care Products?
Please welcome Annie Leonard as today’s guest blogger. Annie directs The Story of Stuff Project and is author of The Story of Stuff: How Our Obsession with Stuff is Trashing the Planet, Our Communities and Our Health – and a Vision for Change. As a mother, I want to be sure that the shampooRead More
Slow and Steady Won this Clean Water Race
guest posting by Jonathan A. Scott, for Clean Water Action Will Industry's New Phosphate "Ban" Usher in a New Era of Pollution Prevention? In 2010, should any company be allowed to produce a consumer product that is expressly designed to pollute? Since the 1940s, the largest corporate purveyors ofRead More
Spill Response: What's next for Big Energy?
by Jonathan A. Scott What may soon become the planet’s biggest oil spill disaster ever (if it is not already) is prompting record-breaking responses. In some corners, the response is a debate that rages on, weeks after the spill began: Which company should be blamed? BP? Haliburton? Transocean? OrRead More
"High-Tech" Trash Burners Consume $$$ for Fuel
Today's guest blogger is Jonathan Scott, Clean Water Action's acting Communications Director and veteran of numerous campaigns for alternatives to incineration. The sad saga of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania’s money-burning trash incinerator is only the latest in a long line of woeful tales heard everRead More
I want my canned beans without synthetic sex hormones, please.
Today's guest blogger is Clean Water Action's Mia Davis, who co-authored the No Silver Lining report, released last week. I want my canned beans without synthetic sex hormones, please… Is it too much to ask that canned foods be safe and nontoxic, and free of BPA, a synthetic sex hormone? I don’tRead More
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