Communities In Action

The Local Environmental Action Conference is Coming Up!

Register now for Local Environmental Action 2016! Our 29th annual conference will be held on March 13, 2016. Buy your ticket today to join community leaders, environmental advocates and experts from across New England to learn, connect, get inspired, and take real action for change.
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Let's Clean Up Lake Champlain

Last summer's algae blooms were a wake-up call. It's time to reduce pollution run-off into Lake Champlain and finally clean it up.
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Gardeners Beware

Your favorite flower might be hiding a dirty secret. Neonicotinoids, a highly toxic class of pesticide, are widely used on plants by major retailers like Ace Hardware and Walmart. These pesticides are responsible for killing millions of bees and can have a devastating effect on human health.
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Toxics Action Center is hiring!

We’re looking for people to join our team of organizers across New England
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Tell Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, we won’t pay for pipelines!

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Our 2014 Annual Report is Here!

Read all about incredible citizen organizing across New England
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Problems and Solutions

Since 1987, Toxics Action Center organizers have worked side by side with more than 750 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

News

Groups Call On Vermont Governor to Protect Utility Customers and Appeal Pipeline Decision

Toxics Action Center and Just Power Disappointed in Public Service Board Decision About Pipeline

Toxics Action Center and Just Power Disappointed in Public Service Board Decision About Pipeline

1,400 Sign Letter to End Gas Pipeline Project

AG Study Urges Continued Investment in Energy Efficiency

Report Finds No Need for New Ratepayer-Funded Natural Gas Pipeline