Save America's waters
Loopholes in the Clean Water Act have left the drinking water for 117 million Americans vulnerable to unchecked pollution. Will the EPA say “no” to polluters and protect our waterways?
Through Environment America, thousands of citizen members are teaming up with a professional staff to stand up for the places we love and the environmental values we share.
President Obama took decisive action this June to respond to the threat of climate change by limiting our carbon pollution, while expanding our commitment to renewable energy. His actions follow the work of Environment America and other groups to mobilize millions of people to come together and speak out for strong action on climate.
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|As extreme weather becomes more intense and frequent, our sister organization, Environment America Research & Policy Center, has outlined ways to cut the carbon pollution that is fueling global warming.