On behalf of our millions of members we write to express our opposition to the Furthering carbon capture, Utilization, Technology, Underground storage, and Reduced Emissions (FUTURE) Act (S.1535)/ Carbon Capture Act (H.R.3761) and any attempts in a tax policy package to extend or expand subsidies for enhanced oil recovery (EOR).
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The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is one of our nation’s most iconic wild areas and it deserves our most enduring legal protections. An immense wilderness, bursting with biodiversity and framed by the awe-inspiring Brooks Mountain Range, the Arctic Refuge is pristine, it is spectacular, and it belongs to all Americans. For more than 50 years, our country has remained committed to protecting this unparalleled landscape, particularly its sensitive Coastal Plain, and we want to make sure that it remains off-limits to exploration and development for future generations to experience.
On behalf of our millions of members and supporters across the country, we urge you to oppose the FY 2018 Senate Budget Resolution, S.Con.Res. 25 (H.Con.Res. 71). In its current form, this resolution assumes trillions of dollars in budget cuts, jeopardizing key programs and policies that protect our environment, communities and public health.
We, the below-signed organizations and businesses committed to the restoration of America’s Everglades and the protection of all of Florida’s water resources write to express our concerns and opposition to the use of Deep Injection Wells (DIWs) within the Lake Okeechobee Watershed as part of Everglades Restoration.
This resolution threatens the health of our nation’s environment and communities. This proposal assumes trillions of dollars in spending cuts by continuing, instead of responsibly addressing, the blunt sequestration caps put in place by the Budget Control Act of 2011.