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Our waterways are struggling under the burden of an industry that spews billions of pounds of toxic waste. One river in Iowa that means so much to me is now listed as one of the most endangered in the entire country.

April 13, 2021

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November 18, 2021

As mayor, Walton would make Buffalo a climate leader As the general election approaches, national climate groups are rallying around Democratic nominee for Mayor of Buffalo, India Walton. These groups view Walton as a climate champion who would make Buffalo a climate leader by switching the city’s electricity over to clean energy, empowering working people […]

October 15, 2021

On dirty energy, the Lt. Governor is out of step with Pennsylvania Democrats.

August 9, 2021
 Climate Democracy

Food & Water Action, the political arm of the advocacy group Food & Water Watch, is endorsing Kate Triggiano in the Democratic primary for Red Bank Borough Council. The group cited Triggiano’s involvement in a range of activist campaigns across the region, and her leadership on the Council. During her first term, Councilmember Triggiano successfully […]

May 25, 2021

  Richmond, VA — The national advocacy group Food & Water Action is endorsing Elizabeth Guzman and Lee Carter in the races for House District 31 and 50, respectively, citing their bold climate and environmental justice policies. Both candidates endorse the Green New Deal for Virginia, and are dedicated to a bold and urgent suite […]

May 14, 2021
 Climate Democracy

  For Immediate Release Richmond, VA — The national advocacy group Food & Water Action is endorsing Sam Rasoul for Virginia Lieutenant Governor. Sam Rasoul is a longstanding climate champion in the Virginia House of Delegates. Since 2018, Delegate Rasoul has been the lead sponsor of legislation to move Virginia to 100% renewables by 2035 […]

April 27, 2021
 Climate Democracy

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