Clean Water Action


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Clean Water Action

Address:4455 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite A-300
Washington, DC 20008

Phone:202-895-0420
Fax:202-895-0438
Phone:800-709-2837
Web: www.cleanwateraction.org
Established: 1972. Description:National citizens' organization working for clean, safe, and affordable water, prevention of health-threatening pollution, creation of environmentally safe jobs and businesses, and empowerment of people to make democracy work. Members: 700,000.

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This free 101-page book is a good resource for local and state officials as well as the general public as it discusses how the goals of the Clean Water Action Plan can be achieved through a good watershed approach, strong federal and state standards, natural resources stewardship and educating citizens and officials.
She promoted the pledge by bringing speakers from Physicians for Social Responsibility, the Grameen Foundation USA, Clean Water Action and the Campus Green Vote to the school for panel discussions on public service and ethical work.
Special interests should not be exercising such influence over the quality of the water coming out of our taps," says Paul Schwartz, national policy coordinator for Clean Water Action.
The Clean Water Action Plan, initiated in February 1998, sets national goals for restoring and protecting the nation's precious water resources.
Federal policy has lagged behind, but President Clinton's Clean Water Action Plan, introduced in early 1998, may signal a turn toward more direct controls as well.
The Vice President also directed the Environmental Protection Agency and the USDA to work with federal agencies to develop a national Clean Water Action Plan within 120 days.
19, President Clinton unveiled his Clean Water Action Plan, a strategy for protecting the nation's waters and cleaning up polluted aquatic areas.
Eric Lipstein is a canvasser with Clean Water Action in Baltimore, Maryland, who one day aspires to be vice president of the United States.
The War on Waste' is a coalition of more than 400 groups primarily coordinated by Clean Water Action and Greenpeace.
The rally was organized by a coalition of environmental and civic organizations including PennEnvironment, the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, Sierra Club, Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania, PennFuture, Clean Water Action, the League of Women Voters and Protecting our Waters.
A Clean Water Action study of street litter in four Bay Area cities found that the biggest source of street litter (49 percent) was from fast food.