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

In September, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to cut core EPA functions by 27% in 2018, including writing and enforcing anti-pollution rules and monitoring and protecting the quality of our air and water. The House bill also reduces spending for “Science and Technology” – which pays for EPA’s assessment of the health and environmental risks of various pollutants – by 16% below last year’s level. The U.S. Senate must vote on the 2018 budget by January 19 to avoid a government shutdown.

Contact your Senators and tell them to keep the EPA fully funded before time runs out.

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