Submit Your Comments to the Protect Clean Power Plan
EPA needs to hear from you why cleaning up power plant pollution is important to you and your family.
Right now, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is seeking public input in a proposal to revoke the Clean Power Plan, an act that would completely eliminate our nation's first-ever limits on carbon pollution from existing power plants – with dangerous consequences. The Clean Power Plan would have prevented an estimated 90,000 pediatric asthma attacks and 4,500 premature deaths each year once fully implemented. To learn more, see this 2-minute animated video on the health impacts of carbon pollution from power plants
It is more important now than ever that EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt hear why healthy air and action to address climate change matters to you and your family. Will you take just a moment to fill out the comment below, urging EPA to fulfill its mission of protecting public health by reducing power plant pollution, including carbon pollution that drives climate change?
By revoking the Clean Power Plan, EPA eliminates lifesaving health protections that protect the air we breathe today and for future generations. And we all know, that if we can't breathe, nothing else matters.
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