Stand up to Big Polluters, Support Limiting Carbon from Power Plants

Sign Petition to the EPA in Support of a Strong Carbon Pollution Standard

On June 2, the EPA announced the first ever standard to limit carbon pollution from existing power plants — the largest source of U.S. climate change pollution.

Big Polluters are already using baseless fear-mongering tactics to attack the standard.

We can’t afford to let dirty energy interest continue to delay action on climate change.

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The citizen briefing covers the process to move carbon standards forward, what the rules could mean for climate change and consumers, and ways activists can get involved in the campaign to ensure clean and affordable energy for families and households.

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