The Clean Energy and Clean Water Initiative is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, meaning it’s not taxed and it’s non-partisan.
That means it doesn’t have to disclose its donors, and it also doesn’t require disclosure of its donors.
The Clean Air and Clean Food Initiative is similarly non-profit, but it’s also nonpartisan.
Its mission is to support clean, renewable energy sources in the United States, but the organization’s tax filings don’t reveal the identities of its backers.
That’s because those who fund the programs aren’t required to disclose their donors, but some donors may be able to help the group raise funds.
The American Water Alliance is a non-political nonprofit, but its mission is nonpartisan.
And the Clean Water Action Network is a nonprofit, so it’s registered to a political action committee.
Its tax filings reveal that some of its investors are people who donated money to the Republican Party in the past.
In that case, the organization has not revealed who they were.
In a statement, Clean Energy America said the Clean Energy & Clean Water Institute is shutting its doors, after more than a decade of serving the public.
The group says the organization lost funding in 2016 due to “funding issues,” and that its current goal is to find a new nonprofit partner.
Clean Water Action’s mission is not to “advocate for, or defend or promote a specific cause, product or method of action,” the group said in its statement.
“Our primary focus has always been on helping our community’s clean water resources thrive.
The funding issues that plagued our organization during the past year have impacted our ability to fulfill our mission and to provide meaningful and valuable services to our communities,” Clean Water America said.
“The current administration has chosen to take action that will further hinder the mission of Clean Water and Clean Energy, and we’re committed to working with our partners and stakeholders to make a solution to these funding challenges.”
The group’s announcement follows the announcement last week that the Environmental Protection Agency was cutting off its funding for the Clean Power Plan, a controversial proposal to cut carbon emissions from power plants.
The EPA is expected to file a lawsuit in the next few weeks, arguing that the proposed rule violates the Clean Air Act.