Communities In Action

MA: Thanks to citizen action, state to go coal-free by 2017

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CT: Citizen outreach effort builds support for Zero Waste

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ME: South Portland Citizens win Tar Sands ban once and for all

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VT: Residents come together to protect drinking water source

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RI: Neighbors Unite to Fight Dangerous Strip Mining Operation

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NH: Creating a Coal-Free New England, One Retirement at a time

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Problems and Solutions

Since 1987, Toxics Action Center organizers have worked side by side with more than 625 communities across New England to clean up hazardous waste sites, reduce industrial pollution, curb pesticide use, ensure healthy land use, replace dangerous chemicals with safer alternatives, and oppose dangerous waste, energy, and industrial facilities. We work on issues where environmental pollution threatens our health. Read more


Somerset Community Group Releases New Survey on Future of Town Economy

Survey Says Citizens Want Clean Energy and Public Participation for Coal Plant Site Reuse

‘Faces of Portsmouth’ Call for End of Coal

150 Residents Take Photo in Support of Schiller Station’s Retirement

Over 100 Small Businesses Lend Name to Pipeline Fight

Toxics Action Center Launches Campaign in Southern Connecticut to Increase Recycling

Maine Conservation Groups Gather with South Portland Residents to Celebrate and React to Tar Sands Vote