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The Trump administration is proposing to repeal the Clean Power Plan, which aims to combat climate change by lowering harmful carbon dioxide emissions from coal-burning power plants. This is bad news for your national parks.
Many parks now face enormous challenges because of climate change, including hotter temperatures, extreme weather and loss of park wildlife habitat. National parks like Glacier, Joshua Tree and Saguaro risk losing their namesake features!
Speak up for your national parks and sign our petition to tell the EPA that you don't want the Clean Power Plan repealed.
As someone who values America's national parks, I want to express my deep concerns about the EPA's proposed repeal of the Clean Power Plan.
Our parks and millions of people across the country are already suffering the consequences of climate change. In national parks, the impacts of climate change can be plainly seen in the intensified fires in Great Smoky Mountains, sea level rise eroding coastlines in the Everglades and Glacier National Park at risk of losing its namesake features.
We need aggressive pollution reductions to thwart the worst impacts of climate change — not steps backward that allow climate pollution to continue unabated. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt should immediately reconsider this harmful action — for the sake of the health of our public, of our planet and our national parks.
Thank you for considering my comments.