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This week, people across the world will honor our environment and celebrate Earth Day. The League of Women Voters has long fought battles to protect clean air and water, prevent harmful pollutants that contribute to climate change, and inform the public of what they can do to get involved in the ongoing battle to protect public health and the environment.Take Action: Tell the EPA to Fight Climate Change

Celebrate Earth Day with the League by telling the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to fight climate change.

Earlier this year, the EPA published a groundbreaking proposal, creating the first-ever federal carbon pollution standard for every new power plant built in America. Power plants are our single largest source of carbon pollution – if adopted, this proposal would be a game changer for the climate.

Encourage the EPA to finalize this groundbreaking regulation to ensure a cleaner, healthier future for everyone.

The unlimited dumping of carbon pollution is the chief cause of climate change – that means more frequent and violent storms and extreme weather events. Reducing the amount of carbon pollution from power plants is a life-saving measure that will protect our children, our nation and the world.

Corporate polluters are already doing everything they can to block this important health protection. Join with the millions of Americans who have told the EPA to put people before polluters and protect our children and future generations from the disastrous effects of climate change.

Thank you for Making Democracy Work®.

Elisabeth MacNamara


Elisabeth MacNamara
President, League of Women Voters

P.S. To help us continue our vital work, please make a donation today. Your support helps the League continue to fight every day to protect and engage voters, reform money in politics, defend the environment and much, much more.

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