Water for Life Resources

Grow your Faith into Involvement. Select from a menu of websites below.

http://www.Americanrivers.org/
View river photo albums of your geographic region; up to date activist issues

http://www.citizen.org/
Its “Public Citizen Press” comes by e-mail and provides the latest info about public citizen activities, including campaigns to protect universal access to clean, affordable drinking water.

http://environmentamericacenter.org/programs/amc/clean-water-network
It’s a great resource for water shed info; works to keep the promise of the Clean water Act.

http://www.greenpeace.org/
As a global organization, Greenpeace focuses on the most crucial worldwide threats to the planet’s biodiversity and environment. Sign-up for e-mail alerts

http://www.holycrossjustice.org/
Extensive resources on water issues, GMOs and corporate control of food production plus links to related issues.

http://www.indiaresource.org/
Up to date information on Coca-Cola in India and e-mail activist opportunities to support water rights of people.

http://www.lcv.org/
League of Conservation Voters. It is the political voice of the environmental movement; monitors environmental voting records of Senate/Congress.

http://www.nrdc.org
Natural Resources Defense Council develops and promotes strong federal regulations to address polluted runoff, raw sewage discharge and factory farm waste.

www.oceanconservancy.org  
Health of the Oceans; Restoration of depleted fisheries; pertinent issues.

http://www.polarisinstitute.org/
Excellent resource on Coke Campaign: see “operation water rights” site; several educational tools.

http://www.sierraclub.org/
Home page offers a selection of issues e.g. Clean Water, Global Warming; “My Backyard” provides state-based issues.

www.stopcorporateabuse.org/
Corporate Accountability International. Our SND Chardon community worked closely with CAI on water rights and Coca-Cola’s practices.

http://www.ucsusa.org/
Union of Concerned Scientists provides rigorous scientific analysis, innovative policy development and effective citizen advocacy to achieve practical solutions. Review it periodically for water issues. Subscribe to monthly “Green Tips.”

http://www.unep.org/
United Nations Environment Protection provides partnerships in caring by informing and enabling nations and peoples to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future generations.

http://www.waterkeeper.org/
Grassroots program with over 100 local water programs. Dedicated to preserving and protecting water from polluters.