Tell the EPA: Curb Global Warming Pollution
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Environmental Protection Agency

Tell the EPA: Curb Global Warming Pollution

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      an organization supporting clean air

Doctors, nurses, and public health officials agree: industrial carbon pollution threatens the health of Americans. Left unchecked, the deterioration of air quality will trigger more asthma attacks in children and seniors – and cause irreversible lung damage.

That’s why the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is developing historic new limits on industrial carbon pollution from power plants – and they’re seeking public comments before deciding to take action.

These new clean air standards would improve the quality of our air and reduce harmful global warming pollution. What’s more, these standards would help grow our economy by sparking innovation in clean energy technologies – creating new jobs and industries here in America.

But big polluters are spending millions of dollars on misleading TV ads, frivolous lawsuits and other questionable tactics on misleading to block these new clean air safeguards. All while these same dirty energy interests are getting billions in taxpayer-funded handouts and special tax breaks.

Help stand up to corporate polluters, protect clean air and tackle the climate crisis. Please submit a public comment and we’ll deliver it to the EPA. 

Environmental Protection Agency
I strongly urge the EPA to clean up industrial carbon pollution from new and existing power plants.

These new clean air safeguards would protect public health, curb global warming pollution, and help our economy by sparking innovation in clean energy technologies.

We must do more to keep harmful industrial carbon pollution from being dumped into the air we all breathe.

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Recent signatures


    1. Reached 75,000 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • J Nabe CHICAGO, IL
      • about 2 years ago

      This should be common sense, why do we live in such a primitive society?

    • Kyle McAdam GILMANTON, NH
      • about 2 years ago

      I want my son to grow up breathing clean air. I feel he deserves it.

    • kenneth Murray HUNTINGTON, VT
      • about 2 years ago

      Clean air should be everywhere. Its hard to breathe other stuff.

    • lydia York ROCKVILLE, MD
      • over 2 years ago

      I live next to an industrial complex here in Rockville, MD - and my landlord (HUD), along with the EPA have all sided against me in my claims that myself and my family are being adversely affected. My son has asthma, and we both get sick all the time, yet no one listens or cares.


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