Tell Governor Murphy, legislative leaders, and your legislators that New Jersey’s annual budget must prioritize middle class and working-class families that need safe air to breathe, mass transit to ride, and a healthy climate future for our children.
Clean Water is working in collaboration with the NJ Environmental Justice Alliance and Ironbound Community Corporation in the South, West and East Wards of the City of Newark to create a Resiliency Action Plan (RAP). This partnership will work in conjunction with the City of Newark, community
Clean Water Action is playing a pivotal role as chair the Coalition for Healthy Ports (CHP), a broad coalition of environmental, labor, faith, community, environmental justice and business organizations that seek to create sustainable ports in New York and New Jersey.
In This Issue: New Jersey Residents Demand Healthy Communities and Win! | Tell Governor Murphy: Protect our Homes from Future Flooding and Storms | Be a Clean Water Voter This Midterm Election | No, Sending More Cars Through the Holland Tunnel Won’t Ease Traffic (But It Will Cause More Climate Emissions) | Extended Producer Responsibility | We're Back in the Field! | Clean Water Action Co-Leads Efforts to “Get The Lead Out”
In This Issue: Time to deliver on Build Back Better | Our Freedom to Vote | Getting the lead out | EPA must protect streams and wetlands | EPA can protect our water from PFAS | Shutdown the pipelines | Wins for Clean Water across the nation
In This Issue: We Cannot Be Silent. Black Lives Matter | Tell Us Your Environmental Justice Story NJ | Coronavirus Should Wake Us All Up to Environmental Injustice | Pump the Brakes on Highway Expansions! | COVID impacts on the Environment and NJ State Budget | Stop Burning or Burying Food Waste | Don't use COVID as a Cover to Go Backwards on Plastics | Your Going Green Guide: Green Cleaning in a COVID World | Climate Action in a Time of Social Distancing —A Virtual Gathering of Activists and Neighbors