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The Green Changemakers

Increasingly people are taking change into their own hands.

ClearWater Initiative is a non-governmental charitable organization that needs your support


It is our mission to provide clean water to populations affected by natural or man-made humanitarian emergencies. We respond by promoting and funding both established and innovative clean water solutions. Our projects are implemented in partnerships with local Ugandan engineers. Projects are audited to ensure accountability.

Vision and Goals

Within 5 years, ClearWater’s vision is to provide access to potable water to 50,000 people. Within 10 years ClearWater will provide clean water to 250,000 people in need.

Deep Green Resistance Workshop

Deep Green Resistance
A Weekend Workshop with Derrick Jensen, Aric McBay and Lierre Keith

We live in the most destructive culture to ever exist. In Derrick's talks around the country he repeatedly asks his audiences, "Does anyone think this culture will voluntarily transform to a sustainable way of living?" No one ever says yes. If we really accept the seriousness of the situation, what would that mean for our strategy and tactics? This is the urgent question we will be exploring over the weekend.

Topics to include:
Organizing the Resistance

Vermont Brewers' Festival in Burlington, VT goes Bottle-Free

From Food & Water Watch
Dear Supporter,
We wanted to let you know about an exciting event coming up that we'll be participating in, and invite you to join us there!

Take the Bottle Water Free Orientation Challenge!

Thanks to the Polaris Institute in Canada for their great programs -

Now is the time to promote a bottled water free orientation/event to your Student Union and PIRG for Fall 2009. Here are two ways you can help: 1) Send Elly the contact info of your campus orientation organizers; 2) Call or meet with your orientation leaders to discuss bottled water free events. If you think you can do either of these tasks, please email Elly Adeland, Water and Energy Campaigner at: