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Current Advocacy Campaigns from Riverkeeper:

Tell Governor Hochul: It's time to stop plastic bottle pollution
Send a message to Governor Hochul and your state representatives, urging them to support S. 9164/A.10184, which would expand New York State's bottle deposit program to include non-carbonated beverages as well as wine and liquor glass bottles.
Tell NYC to go big on green infrastructure
Rain gardens and other green infrastructure absorb stormwater and reduce sewage pollution in New York City waters. They're essential for a liveable city in a changing climate. But NYC needs to scale up. Urge Mayor Adams to streamline green infrastructure.
Tell the Senate: Pass historic investments in Hudson River restoration
Urge your senators to support the passage of the NY-NJ Watershed Protection Act. Your voice is essential in achieving a meaningful and vital investment for future generations.
Urge Hochul to protect NY's streams
Urge Governor Hochul to sign this bill granting protections for thousands of miles of New York's streams.
Demand equitable water rates for New York City
The Water Board should also consider the potential to make rates more equitable.
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.
Don't let New York State give up on New York City waters
We need your help to prevent the state from evading its obligation to strengthen water quality criteria to protect public health.
Don't let Port Authority condemn a waterfront park without unbiased alternatives review
Port Authority wants to condemn a waterfront park to build an AirTrain. Don't let that happen without an unbiased review of alternatives.
Last chance to cut the crap in New York City
This is our last chance to demand city and state officials take action to cut stormwater and sewage pollution in New York City.
Take Action: Make PFAS cleanup in Newburgh a priority
Tell the Department of Defense to get the cleanup at Stewart Air National Guard Base right: Prioritize the cleanup of the riskiest sources of PFAS contamination.


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