Polar bears in the Hudson Bay are starving during the long summer months as the ice they rely on to hunt for food melts earlier each spring and later in the fall due to rising global temperatures fueled by carbon pollution.
Even as polar bears go hungry from the impacts of climate change, greedy corporate polluters are fighting to continue dumping unlimited carbon pollution into our air.
The Environmental Protection Agency is acting now to limit carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants, but is coming under assault from polluter-funded attack groups. They need to hear from you that Americans support limits on carbon pollution to protect the future of polar bears.
Help create a better future for polar bears by sending a message to the Environmental Protection Agency in support of limiting carbon pollution from coal-burning power plants.
Power plants are the largest source of carbon emissions in the country, and I urge the Environmental Protection Agency to take action to cut this air pollution that is causing dangerous climate change.
As an advocate for the future of wildlife, I am concerned about the impact of carbon pollution on our climate and environment. Please take action in 2012 to clean up the biggest polluters.