1.3 million and counting for the carbon rule

May 24, 2012 | 2:48 pm | , Solutions Associate

In March, the United States proposed the first-ever national limit on carbon pollution. This is a big deal. The proposal would address the largest source of carbon pollution in the United States: power plants.

Today, in Washington D.C. and Chicago, dozens of people just like you and me are standing up in front of the Environmental Protection Agency to voice their support for this rule. But they’re not alone. Supporters across the country are speaking out in favor of limiting carbon pollution from future power plants. In just a few short weeks, more than 1.3 million comments in favor of the rule have been submitted to the EPA – the most comments ever for an EPA rule.

Want to add your voice to the millions demanding solutions to the climate crisis? Please sign our petition now. It only takes one click to support the EPA’s historic proposal.

Click here to sign the petition in support of the EPA Carbon Pollution Standard.

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