Their goals include 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. Clean Water Action organizes strong grassroots groups and coalitions and campaigns to elect environmental candidates and solve environmental and community problems.
NJ section of CWA works to educate and empower people to make a difference in public debates and policy decisions affecting our state. Clean Water Action members get involved by calling and writing their public officials, urging support for environmental and health protection policies.
A recent victory concerns our beloved Pinelands. Thousands of opposition letters, calls and actions against a pipeline proposal helped persuade the Pinelands Commission to vote NO this month on a project that would have scarred the Pinelands forever.
Some of their current concerns include:
- No Hydrofracking
- Water and Energy
- Protecting New Jersey's Drinking Water
- Smart Green and Clean:
21st Century Sustainable Water Management and Green Infrastructure
- Protect Barnegat Bay
- Open Space: Protecting the NJ Highlands and Other Land Resources
- Pesticide and Fertilizer Free
You are invited to attend Clean Water Action's 28th annual conference, "Inspire, Organize, Energize," being held Saturday, March 1, 2014 at Georgian Court University (GCU), 900 Lakewood Ave, Lakewood, New Jersey. Download the (pdf).
The annual event brings together over citizens, organizations, students, scientists, and policymakers to discuss the most important environmental issues facing New Jersey. Attendees will engage in workshop, plenary and keynote sessions focused on how to inspire, energize and organize in today's environmental movement. The day also includes a light breakfast, lunch and networking reception with key environmental and political leaders. Find out more.