High summer temperatures are melting away Arctic ice at alarming levels. And as a result, Alaska's polar bears are going without food for longer and longer.
President Obama recently released a bold new plan to address climate change—and it is not a minute too soon for polar bears. A critical part of the President's climate action plan is for the Environmental Protection Agency to set limits on the carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants.
But, billionaire Big Polluters are using their influence in Congress to try to block limits on carbon pollution. We must act quickly to tell our members of Congress to let the Environmental Protection Agency do its job.
Help protect Alaska's polar bears by editing and sending a message to your members of Congress, urging them to oppose attempts by big polluters to attack the Environmental Protection Agency.
High summer temperatures are melting away Arctic ice at alarming levels. And in response, Alaska's polar bears are going without food for longer and longer.
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