New Jersey Blog Posts

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Reflections on Jim Florio’s passing from two Clean Water Action staff with direct experience with Jim Florio as Congressman, Governor and Pinelands Commission Chair

September 27, 2022

The power and conviction of Jim Florio to do what was right for people and environment extended far beyond New Jersey

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Governor Murphy’s Road to Nowhere

September 12, 2022

Spending billions of dollars on road expansion while mass transit remains underfunded completely misses the urgency of the climate moment we are in! We need to all work together to make sure that Governor Murphy backs up his climate talk with climate action.

Clean Water Action Waves - In The News, Summer 2022

Clean Water Waves | In The News, Summer 2022

September 4, 2022

Our work to protect clean water across the country often makes the news. Clean Water Waves highlights recent articles featuring our staff speaking on their areas of activism and expertise.

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People. Action. Justice. New Jersey residents demand healthy communities and WIN!

September 1, 2022

Residents, community organizations, and small businesses banded together to defeat Amazon. 

Clean Water on the Move

Clean Water on the Move - August

August 15, 2022

Happy Summer! Welcome to Clean Water on the Move, your monthly update from Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund. Take a look at what our amazing staff has been up to and what is coming in the months ahead. Thanks for your ongoing support for our work towards a healthy environment for all.

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Let's Take a Breath and Make Sure NJ's Environmental Justice Law Does What is Intended

August 3, 2022

We will all breathe easier once New Jersey’s Environmental Justice Law is implemented. Signed by Governor Murphy two years ago, the law gives the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) the power to deny permits to polluting industries that would further harm overburdened communities all across the state. It has the potential to be one of the strongest policies of this type in the nation.