Tell the EPA to Toughen Up on Carbon

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced new rules to limit carbon dioxide emissions. While we applaud the President for taking action — these rules won't give us the emmission reductions we need and could lead to more fracking!
Under the proposal, power plants, mainly coal-fired plants, would have to reduce their carbon emissions. One way the electricity companies would be allowed to do this is by switching from coal-fired plants to gas-fired plants. The EPA still considers gas a cleaner fuel than coal, because they don’t count the full life of fracked gas. But we know that fracked gas can be as bad for the climate as coal.
Fill out our letter below to urge the EPA to rework the proposed rule and to actually reduce our carbon emissions to help avoid drastic climate change.

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