Video: Generations Yet to Come
Video by State Impact Pennsylvania: Hear about the history of the Pennsylvania Green Amendment from founding legislator Franklin Kury and others instrumental in its past, present and future.
New York has some of the cleanest water in America. It deserves strong protections so all can enjoy its benefits for generations to come. There are currently 2 bills that need legislative support in order to guarantee these high level protections: Assembly Bill A.2064 and Senate Bill S2072. Please write to your NY legislators to bring this bill to life! Sign the petition and circulate: forthegenerations.org/actnow/actionny/#NY_Petition... See MoreSee Less
Want to help the State of New York to pass a Green Amendment? Here are THREE things you can do: #1 Write to your Assembly and Senate representatives in the New York Legislature. They need to hear from...
“The state is a guardian of natural resources for the benefit of the public, and when our resources become polluted, we have a duty to seek restoration from those responsible.” - DEP Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe. ... See MoreSee Less
NJ Attorney General files suit against Exxon Mobil for dumping PCBS and polluting groundwater and wetlands on the Lail property in Paulsboro, Gloucester County, which is part of the Delaware Estuary.
Corrosive water is causing toxic lead to be leached from pipes into #Newark's drinking water and this is not an isolated case. ... “We are going to spend millions of dollars on security guards to protect students from gun violence but we aren’t properly protecting their brain health from lead in water.”
And another quote from a teacher: " 'There wasn’t the public outcry because people were so overloaded with the vicissitudes of life,' she said. The reaction was, 'I gotta worry about water too? Are you kidding me?' "