Climate change is here, and it poses an unprecedented threat to all wildlife, from giant moose to tiny pikas.
Two years ago, the finalization of the Clean Power Plan marked a momentous turning point in the fight against climate change, placing sensible limits on wildlife-threatening pollution from power plants, and demonstrating to the world that the U.S. is committed to climate action. This was paired with strong limits for future power plants as well.
Now, the Environmental Protection Agency is selling out to dirty fuel interests and proposing a new rule that will not address the threat of climate change, but will instead put people and wildlife at risk. This does not live up to the Environmental Protection Agency’s legal and moral obligation to take real steps to cut climate-altering pollution.
The time for climate action is closing. We have no time to go in reverse. Please speak out for all wildlife by telling the Environmental Protection Agency to implement strong climate rules for current and future power plants.