Clean Water Action

A new poll finds Americans are more concerned about their drinking water than they are about any other environmental issue.
Do you like Blueberries? Tomatoes? Fruit and Vegetables in general? Pay attention. California supplies the half of the United States produce and California is in the midst of a drought that could effect all of our families.
Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) continued his fight against the Environmental Protection Agency this week, urging his colleagues
Many of California's oil industry wastewater injection wells are near recently active fault lines, posing a risk of earthquakes
Water plays a central role in all aspects of life, from energy to food security, health and education. That is what makes it so complex to tackle. As water scarcity becomes all too real, collaboration will become essential
This law has given the nation the tools needed to begin cleaning up the nation's increasingly contaminated waters, and it has proven to be one of the most important, effective, and highly regarded environment laws in the world.
President Barack Obama will receive endorsements Wednesday from the Sierra Club, League of Conservation Voters, Clean Water
The class ended, but the team kept the project going, assembling a crew of MIT architects, designers, business students and
Flawed state regulatory policies for underground longwall coal mining have not only failed to protect American citizens and their private property and critically important waterways, but stand in violation of state constitutions.
Pollution prevention, efficiency, conservation, reuse, doing things locally and in a distributed and decentralized manner are all core principles for moving forward with water and other natural resources.
My Gulf Action is a way to show people how their everyday activities, from buying bottled water to adjusting their thermostats by one degree, is inextricably linked to our dependence on fossil fuels.
The Clean Water Act is arguably the most successful environmental law ever passed. The damage inflicted on it over the last nine years is at last being addressed.
You may be able to judge if a glass is half full or half empty, but there is no such thing as a glass of water that is only half polluted.
The Clean Water Act remains at risk because of administrative rule-making and two badly rendered Supreme Court decisions that occurred during the Bush Administration.
Change is inevitable, and the time for new coal fired power plants has passed.
The refineries in this country still using unnecessarily hazardous hydrofluoric acid must ensure their workers and the residents of their neighborhoods live to see Labor Day 2010.