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Current Advocacy Campaigns from Riverkeeper:

Demand city-wide green infrastructure incentives and regulations
Tell Mayor de Blasio and City Council that NYC needs to commit to more GI, a greater diversity of projects and stakeholder involvement, and develop better incentives and requirements
Demand Public Involvement in Water Rate Study
A Citizens Advisory Committee is needed for DEP's Water and Sewer Rate Restructuring Study.
Demand special protections for heavily polluted waters
Our impaired waters--from Bronx River to Jamaica Bay--warrant special protection under the Clean Water Act. The City must identify green infrastructure opportunities and customize stormwater best management practices to protect them.
Help Protect Endangered Hudson River Sturgeon
The Fisheries Service should be made aware that protecting these fish is a priority for those of us in the Hudson Valley who love this river and the life in it.
Submit a letter now to demand no new pollution!
Sewage discharges are pouring into the Gowanus Canal, and the City's rezoning plan for the Gowanus neighborhood could make it worse.
Tell Congress: Don't Cut the EPA's Budget
Tell your federal representatives: Trump's proposal to slash EPA funding flushes common sense down the drain
Tell Mayor de Blasio it's time to cut the crap in NYC
It's time to take our waters back. Tell Mayor de Blasio to ensure that draft plans for sewage discharge reduction must be subject to public review.
Tell New York's leaders: Stop bottle pollution
Send a message to your reps urging them to expand New York State's bottle deposit program to include non-carbonated beverages as well as wine and liquor glass bottles.
Tell your state reps to protect streams and wetlands
State legislators are considering two bills to strengthen clean water protections for New York's wetlands and streams as the Trump Administration threatens to undercut federal protections for them.
Urge Your Representative to Support NYC Fracking Waste Ban
Call Your City Council Member and Ask Them to Co-Sponsor NYC Fracking Waste Ban Legislation


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