Don't let this dangerous proposal be the last word on whether we will take action to fight climate change - tell EPA that canceling the Clean Power Plan is a bad idea and that we should do everything we can to reduce pollution from power plants.
Opening up the Arctic would fly in the face of public opinion and longstanding bipartisan efforts to protect this fragile ecosystem against the greed of millionaires and corporate polluters. We cannot let Congress rubber stamp an agenda that does irreversible damage to the iconic Arctic Refuge.
Tell your U.S. Senators and Representative to protect funding for clean air and water. Don’t gut vital protections!
The oil and gas industry, aided by the erosion of campaign finance laws and nearly boundless lobbying budgets, asserts enormous influence over legislative processes in real time while also enjoying legacy influence in regulatory frame- works. The results can be devastating to the health of the environment and the public.
Scott Pruitt is putting our water and health at risk by delaying enforcement of the Clean Water Rule. And he's doing it for one reason - he knows he can't justify canceling the Clean Water Rule on scientific or legal grounds. So he doesn't want us to see that the rule will work.
Last year, EPA proposed bans on two toxic chemicals found in paint strippers, and a third chemical solvent. But now the Trump administration is dragging it's feet and leaving workers and consumers at risk of illness, and even death.
Clean Water Action is partnering with the community group Allegheny County Clean Air Now (ACCAN) to urge the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection to hold a public hearing on DTE’s remediation and reuse plans, so that the community has an opportunity to provide input on those plans. Support this effort by signing our petition today!