Protecting New Jersey's Waters

Promoting clean, safe water from watershed to water tap. Campaigns for safe, affordable drinking water support integrated and innovative water policies to conserve, protect and restore water systems for our communities and environment.

Pinelands Pipeline Photo by David Pringle

South Jersey Gas Pipeline

South Jersey Gas has submitted a proposal to put a natural gas pipeline through a portion of the Pinelands Forest Management Area.

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Protecting Drinking Water

Clean Water Action is working for water policies that are affordable and safe for those served, are the most conserving and replenishing of the system, reduce toxic loads, and make polluters pay for their wrongdoing. 

New Jersey Currents - Summer 2015

In this issue: Don't let Exxon off the hook, stopping bad energy projects, Six Flags greenwash, climate resiliancy for New Jersey cities, and more.

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Protect the Delaware: Support a 100% Fracking Ban!

The Delaware River Basin Commission, a regional governing body that protects the health and safety of the Delaware River Watershed, is made up of t

From We All Live Downstream

Maura Toomey_New Jersey_Photo by Eric Benson
December 5, 2017

I'm so excited to start a new position as the new North Jersey organizer for Clean Water Action’s Rethink Disposable program. I want to mention that I’m a canvasser too. If you live in North Jersey, we may have met at your front door! While I’m canvassing and talking to people all over the state about environmental issues in New Jersey, I love the fact that no matter where I go everyone cares about the environment and tries to do their part in protecting it.

June 15, 2015

By Alessandro Ciari, former community organizer with Clean Water Action and student, Montclair State University