The environmental justice movement has its roots in the Civil Rights movement of the 1960’s but really emerged in the late 1980s when a blistering report exposed massive disparities in the burden of environmental degradation and pollution facing minority and low-income communities. Unfortunately, many of our communities still remain disproportionately impacted by environmental degradation.
Join Clean Water Action and the Oil and Water Don't Mix Coalition in Lansing or Mackinaw City on May 13th to send a clear message to Enbridge that they can’t violate the law by operating Line 5 without an easement.
In this online training series local experts will teach participants simple but effective steps to identify and live safely with various community sources of lead.
Join us on May 20th from 7-9 PM for Protecting Our Water, our annual celebration. This year we’re hosting a virtual wine tasting with Enfield Wine Co. and music by singer-songwriter Brooks Hubbard and guitarist Val McCallum.
Mix and mingle with your friends and other attendees while enjoying wine from Enfield Wine Co and listen to music. You will also learn more about some of Clean Water’s priorities this year, as well as get a peek at some of the local campaigns we run in communities across the country.
Clean Water Action is excited to host our 35th annual conference series Upholding Democracy for a Healthy Environment, starting on Saturday, April 17, 2021 and culmination on May 4 - World Asthma Day. View on Zoom! All are welcome to attend. Register here.
Join Clean Water Action for a #LetUsBreathe Virtual Town Hall for World Asthma Day, Tuesday, May 4th at 7pm EST.
You are invited to attend Clean Water Action's 18th Annual Breakfast of Champions (from home!) happening Friday, May 14th, 2021 at 10:00 am! Purchase tickets or become a sponsor.