It’s more important than ever that everyone who cares about clean air, clean water and a stable climate is heard loud and clear, and that they take this fight to the streets, to their communities and to Congress.

Michael Brune, Executive Director, Sierra Club

Since its creation more than 50 years ago, the EPA’s mission has been clear: to protect Americans from dangerous pollution. That’s not just about making our skies bluer and our waters cleaner — it’s a matter of life and death. The Clean Air Act alone has saved millions of lives. The Clean Power Plan that President Trump is so anxious to kill would save thousands of lives – and tens of billions of dollars in healthcare costs – annually. 

President Trump wants to slash nearly 31% of the U.S. EPA’s budget and eliminate 20% of its staff.  In February of this year, a climate science denying Congressman from Florida introduced H.R. 861a bill “to terminate the EPA” at the end of 2018. The bill would totally dismantle the agency and threaten bedrock environmental protections which safeguard the air we breathe and the water we drink, and take the U.S. radically in the opposite direction in the fight against climate change.

Please do your part. Tell President Trump and your members of Congress we don’t want smog choking our cities, lead levels making our water undrinkable, hazardous waste ruining our land and endangered species being left unprotected.

Tell Congress and the White House to Fully Fund the EPA

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