Attend CRWA’s Annual Meeting March 22nd to learn what’s at stake
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Environment under attack! Attend CRWA’s Annual Meeting March 22nd to learn what’s at stake
The Trump administration is planning to reduce environmental protections by significantly cutting the budget of the Environmental Protection Agency and rolling back regulations. These changes, if implemented, will reduce protections for clean water and clean air and will threaten public health and safety throughout the country. For Massachusetts, state laws protecting our rivers and streams and for responding to climate change will become increasingly important. Have your voice for environmental protection heard. Stay tuned for upcoming CRWA action alerts and speak up!
Learn more about strategies for advancing clean water and energy policies from formerEPA Deputy Administrator Bob Perciasepe CRWA's Annual Meeting on March 22nd. In his keynote address, Perciasepe will discuss possible paths forward for environmental protection.Learn more and purchase tickets.
Environmental news roundup
Here are some of the headlines to watch as the administration begins to cut protections to the environment.
Scientists dismayed: The Boston Globe reported former EPA scientists stunned by proposed cuts. And in an interview with MSNBC, Former EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy explained that “The Trump administration is really challenging our effort to maintain strong environmental protections that are necessary for public health.” Read more in the Huffington Post.
Charles River Watershed Association's mission is to use science, advocacy and the law to protect, preserve and enhance the Charles River and its watershed. For more information about CRWA and our current programs, please visit www.charlesriver.org.
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