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EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy has announced the start of a rule-making process to stop the methane leaking from oil and gas operations all over the country. She has called for “a new urgency” on the issue. Please show Administrator McCarthy just how urgent this is—let her know we must act now to stop dangerous methane emissions from existing sources. Join us in urging Administrator McCarthy to finalize limits on methane pollution from the oil & gas industry as soon as possible!Send a Message
The Senate has passed the Lautenberg Act by unanimous consent, bringing us one step closer to safer products—that aren’t tested on us, or on our children. Our chemical safety system has been broken for nearly 40 years, thanks to the Toxic Substances Control Act that, for decades, has exposed families to potentially harmful chemicals that went untested and unregulated. Please tell your members of Congress you expect them to protect our children from harmful and dangerous chemicals.Send a Message
America’s Clean Power Plan is the first-ever national curb on the most significant driver of human-caused climate pollution: Carbon dioxide emissions. The Plan allows states to create individual roadmaps for stimulating the deployment of clean, reliable and affordable energy sources. Tell your governor to get started on crafting a State Implementation Plan for America’s Clean Power Plan.Send a Message
Oil and gas giants- some of the world’s most profitable companies- are granted hundreds of millions of dollars in tax subsidies each year–while they continue to contribute to dangerous climate change. Millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet. But we are helping make dirty energy companies—and their lobbyists–very rich. Tell the Senate that it’s time to end these tax breaks for wealthy and powerful oil, gas and coal companies.Send a Message
More than one hundred million Americans—across the country—live near factories, water treatment plants, and other industrial sites that make or use dangerous chemicals such as vinyl chloride. The EPA has proposed a long-awaited safety rule for chemical facilities. Unfortunately, the EPA’s proposed rule fails to require a switch to safer chemicals and technology where they are available and affordable—which is in many instances. Now we have a chance to demand better protections, but we must act now. Please submit a comment telling the EPA we must have stronger protections for families living near chemical facilities.Send a Message