Apr 11, 2019

Our Recycling System is Broken. It’s Time for Plastic Producers to Take Responsibility.

American recycling is in a crisis. But this crisis is a chance to create a better system for tomorrow. Today’s products and their packaging are often made from plastic and designed for disposal. By holding the producers of those products accountable for their polluting products, we can create a system that’s better for our communities and better for our planet.

Plastic water bottles
Jan 09, 2019

The Year Ahead at the Vermont State House

CLF is focused on cutting carbon and plastic pollution, protecting our children from lead poisoning, and securing funding to clean up Lake Champlain.

Lake Champlain, Vermont
Oct 02, 2018

CLF Appointed to Rhode Island Plastics Task Force

”Plastics create unsightly litter on land and are deadly in our oceans,” said Amy Moses, Vice President and Director of CLF Rhode Island. “Single-use plastics are made from fossil fuels and pollute our environment at every stage of their manufacture, use and disposal. We can’t recycle our way out of this problem. Rhode Island needs to ban these materials, and this task force is an important step in the right direction.”

Aug 06, 2018

Rhode Island Takes First Step to Solve Plastic Pollution

Governor Raimondo’s “Task Force to Tackle Plastics” is a good start for the state to start taking on plastic pollution. But to really face the problem head-on, Rhode Island must ban single-use plastics and push the state closer to Zero Waste.