Ohio Citizen Action Education Fund is the research and education affiliate of Ohio Citizen Action, the state's largest nonprofit environmental group. Since 1975 we've built an active network of 80,000 people who have joined together to prevent pollution. Highlights of our work over the years include: passing the nation's first chemical right-to-know ordinance; pioneering good neighbor campaigns that have leveraged hundreds of millions of dollars of investment in Ohio's most polluted facilities; and closing down 10 of Ohio's oldest, dirtiest coal plants. We've also helped to train generations of young activists.
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Big News! Since 1975, Ohio Citizen Action has built an impressive track record of environmental victories on the foundation of groundbreaking research, innovative organizing and extensive grassroots outreach. In the last year alone, we led campaigns that helped Cincinnati become the first major city in the country to contract for 100% renewable energy for its residents,…
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