Moose in northern states are stressed and dying from ticks, brainworms, and liver flukes--all on the rise due to shorter winters caused by climate change. When there is less snow on the ground by spring, the harmful pests live longer and reproduce in greater numbers--threatening the health and survival of moose.
Even as moose die from impacts of climate change, corporate polluters are fighting to continue dumping unlimited smokestack pollution into our air.
The Environmental Protection Agency acted to limit carbon pollution from power plants, but opponents are hoping to stall state compliance. Congress needs to hear that Americans support limits on carbon pollution to protect the future of moose and other wildlife at risk from global warming.
Help create a better future for moose by sending a message to your members of Congress in support of limits to carbon pollution from power plants.
Moose in northern states are stressed and dying from ticks, brainworms, and liver flukes--all on the rise due to shorter winters caused by climate change.
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