Spoof Realty Billboards Will Elevate the Liquidation of Public Lands by William Perry Pendley, Acting Director of the Bureau of Land Management & David Bernhardt, Secretary of the Department of the Interior
A series of three billboards have been placed across Grand Junction featuring a spoof realty advertisement from Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Acting Director, William Perry Pendley and Secretary of the Interior, David Bernhardt, that highlights their efforts to dismantle and sell off public lands.
Clean Water Action: Climate Change is Water Change
CLEAN Future Act is a Bold Plan to Address the Climate Crisis and Protect Water & Health
Long Branch, NJ--Clean Water Action joined Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. at a press event at Monmouth University today to support the Climate Leadership and Environmental Action for our Nation’s (CLEAN) Future Act - a bold new climate plan to achieve a 100 percent clean energy economy by 2050.
After giving the 2018-2019 New Jersey State Legislature a failing grade through October 2019, Clean Water Action is pleased that some environmental progress was made in the final two months of the two year term that ended at noon today. Accelerating progress early in the new legislative term is essential to ensuring greater environmental and public health protections for all.
Trenton, NJ – Today Governor Murphy signed S-3215 / A-4606 into law which requires the DEP, BPU, and all state agencies to use a 20-year time horizon in addition to a 100-year horizon to more accurately calculate the global warming potential of greenhouse gas emiss
Today, Clean Water Action joined Governor Murphy to applaud his signing of legislation (S4110) to address New Jersey’s lead crisis. S4110 allows municipalities to pass an ordinance to allow workers access to private property to replace lead service lines.
What is the Public Trust Doctrine?
In Michigan, we understand that our fresh water is our most precious natural resource. Our state is literally defined by water, and in Michigan our water belongs to all of us.
Come for an informative afternoon with the Maryland environmental community! Hear from advocates and elected officials about Maryland's environmental legislative priorities, two of which are Clean Water Action priorities: banning Chlorpyrifos, banning plastic bags, protecting oysters, and ending "renewable energy" subsidies for trash incineration.
Open to All - Free Admission.
As part of the Fair Farms Campaign, we work with a coalition of local farmers, environmental groups, health groups, and businesses to elevate the message of our sustainable agricultural community in Maryland.