Sign this petition to cut carbon dioxide from power plants

The Obama administration has proposed a critical plan to limit carbon pollution from new and existing power plants that fuels global warming. Currently, we limit how much mercury, arsenic, soot and other pollutants power plants dump into our air. But if the Koch brothers, the coal industry, and congressional climate change deniers have their way, polluters will continue to have free rein to dump unlimited amounts of harmful carbon pollution into our air.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been working on commonsense carbon limits for power plants, but lobbyists, corporate polluters and Washington insiders are working tirelessly to stop this progress in its tracks. By submitting a public comment in support of the EPA’s efforts, however, you can give the EPA the support it needs to stand up to the polluters.

Submit a public comment to the EPA today, and your voice will be part of the official record. Don't miss the chance to help make a huge impact on the fight for our planet’s future -- fill out your information here to submit your public comment in support of this critical climate change action now.

Your Message

Cut Carbon Dioxide from Power Plants (Comment on Docket: EPA-HQ-OAR-2013-0602)

Dear EPA Administrator McCarthy,

I strongly support the EPA's effort to limit carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants.

These new clean air standards will protect public health, fight climate change, and create jobs. We cannot let polluters and their congressional allies block, weaken, or delay the implementation of this critical step in stopping dangerous climate change.

You have my support because I believe it is our obligation to protect our children and future generations from the effects of climate change -- and that means moving forward with these critical clean air protections.

Sincerely,
[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]

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