Tell EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to Stand Up for Our Communities NOT Polluters

We're seeing a dangerous pattern of science suppression in this administration. From its decision to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement to attempts by the Department of Energy to prop up the coal industry and now a proposal to repeal the Clean Power Plan, we know where the Trump administration's interests lie: with the fossil fuel industry.

Tell Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt that you are outraged that he is putting fossil fuel industry profits ahead of the health and safety of the public by repealing the Clean Power Plan.

In an era of heat waves and rising sea levels—where the effects of climate change are increasingly known, accepted, and felt—we need an EPA that stands for its mission to protect our communities' health and environment through strong, independent science.

Voice your outrage about Scott Pruitt's reckless proposal to repeal important limits on global warming emissions—write today opposing the repeal of the Clean Power Plan.

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I oppose EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt’s reckless proposal to repeal the Clean Power Plan. The EPA has a duty to protect us from climate change, which is exacerbating extreme weather events that threaten our communities, our families, and our way of life. Repealing the Clean Power Plan moves our country in the opposite direction and puts this EPA on the wrong side of history.

I support the Clean Power Plan because it sets commonsense national limits on otherwise unlimited carbon pollution from power plants and encourages the development of clean, renewable energy. By moving to repeal the Clean Power Plan, Administrator Pruitt is undermining vital health protections that reduce air pollution and curb the effects of climate change. We need the EPA to strengthen safeguards that address climate change, not tear them down. Administrator Pruitt should immediately reconsider this reckless and harmful action.


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