Friday, October 17, 2014 Friday, April 4, 2014
Thanks to loopholes in clean water policies that only benefit big polluters, harmful chemicals could make their way into water bodies that help supply our drinking water and that we swim in and fish from. Don’t let big polluters threaten your water: http://bit.ly/1dYJxGv#ProtectCleanWater

Thanks to loopholes in clean water policies that only benefit big polluters, harmful chemicals could make their way into water bodies that help supply our drinking water and that we swim in and fish from. 

Don’t let big polluters threaten your water: http://bit.ly/1dYJxGv
#ProtectCleanWater

Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Thanks to loopholes, drinking water sources for more than 117 MILLION people are inadequately protected from pollution. 
If we don’t act, the dumping will continue. Help restore Clean Water Act safeguards: http://bit.ly/1ksw1tc

Thanks to loopholes, drinking water sources for more than 117 MILLION people are inadequately protected from pollution. 

If we don’t act, the dumping will continue. Help restore Clean Water Act safeguards: http://bit.ly/1ksw1tc

Thursday, February 27, 2014
This tumored bottom-feeding catfish is a good indicator of what’s happening in the Anacostia River – the sediment includes dangerously high levels of metals, bacteria, pesticides, PCBs, and other toxic chemicals. It’s time to make the river safe again for people and wildlife. 
Tell DC to speed up the cleanup: http://bit.ly/1mHIueq

This tumored bottom-feeding catfish is a good indicator of what’s happening in the Anacostia River – the sediment includes dangerously high levels of metals, bacteria, pesticides, PCBs, and other toxic chemicals. It’s time to make the river safe again for people and wildlife. 

Tell DC to speed up the cleanup: http://bit.ly/1mHIueq

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Thank you to North Carolina native and NRDC supporter James Taylor for standing up against reckless fracking! 

Add your voice at www.nrdc.org/NCFrackAttack