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COVID-19 has changed the way we work at Clean Water Action, but it hasn’t changed our guiding principles. Environmental Justice and Economic Justice go hand in hand, and we know that when people are able to meet basic needs like access to water, heat, and electricity, public health improves.

In addition to keeping our water, toxics, energy, and elections campaigns going by shifting our organizing and education programs online, we have joined a number of groups calling for leadership in the state legislature and governor’s office to pass measures like sick time for struggling essential workers. 

We have been inspired by the online response, and are grateful that you’re looking for connection and ways to make a difference just like we are. Here are some resources and online events we’ve hosted over the last few weeks. The work for a clean, just, and healthy environment never stops - so please check back regularly for updates!


WATCH: Chemical Recycling - A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, July 29, 2021

WATCH: Healthy Democracy, Healthy Environment conference panel, April 5, 2020

WATCH: Water in a Changing Climate, Climate Series, March 30, 2020

WATCH: Consumer Footprints, Climate Series, April 7, 2020

WATCH: The Green Youth Movement, Climate Series, April 14, 2020

WATCH: Black Carbon & Dirty Ports, Climate Series, April 21, 2020

WATCH: Equity in Green Grid, Climate Series, April 28, 2020

WATCH: World Asthma Day Virtual Town Hall, May 5, 2020 

WATCH:  The Story of Plastic Q&A Panel, May 16, 2020

Take Action

Sign the #WeAreEarthDay50: No More Fossil Fuel Projects Petition

Support a Recovery for the Many

NJ Shines: Support the New Jersey Clean Energy Equity Act

Support New Jersey's Green Amendment

Support Our Work

Clean Water Action is a grassroots non-profit environmental organization. If you are able, please make a donation to support our continuing advocacy efforts during this challenging time as our field canvass team is currently not able to organize and fundraise for the forseeable future. Click here to donate.

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