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The majestic polar bear isn't just an arctic icon — it's a critical component of the arctic ecosystem. But as climate change is melting their hunting ground, many are starving and forced to swim extreme distances between ice floes. Two-thirds of the world's polar bears could be lost in as few as 35 years. If we do nothing to change the path we’re on, they could be wiped out.

The best way to protect them is to limit carbon pollution and stop climate change, through policies like the EPA's Clean Power Plan. But Congress has made attacking the plan a top priority — despite overwhelming public support for climate action.

Take Action: Help protect polar bears. Tell Congress to let the EPA do its job, and to support strong climate standards.

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Dear [Decision Maker],

I strongly support EPA's efforts to limit industrial carbon pollution from existing power plants, the largest source of pollution in our country. I know that some in Congress will be attacking these attempts, but I ask you to stand with the environment, on the right side of history.

Fossil fuel burning power plants are the single largest source of dangerous carbon pollution in our nation and one of the largest in the world. And it's NOT responsible for the U.S. to have NO limits on carbon pollution from power plants!

EPA's efforts to limit dangerous carbon pollution from power plants will protect public health, fight climate change, and help our economy by sparking innovation in clean energy technologies.

Our communities, our families and our children are counting on your leadership. Please support strong limits on carbon pollution from America's existing power plants.


Petition Signatures

Feb 22, 2018 marianne cresci
Feb 22, 2018 Debra Machka
Feb 22, 2018 Helga Jelus
Feb 22, 2018 jana pretorius
Feb 21, 2018 Ms. Carla Compton
Feb 21, 2018 Ann Conney
Feb 21, 2018 Catherine Webster
Feb 20, 2018 renay lawrence
Feb 18, 2018 Martha Tillinger It is CRITICAL that we do ALL we can to try to reverse/stop climate change from worsening NOW!
Feb 17, 2018 Marcia Oyler
Feb 17, 2018 H R
Feb 17, 2018 Carol Brazee
Feb 14, 2018 aya oda
Feb 13, 2018 Eileen Souris
Feb 12, 2018 lonna smith
Feb 12, 2018 rodika petrou
Feb 11, 2018 Mark Butler
Feb 11, 2018 Cynthia Super
Feb 10, 2018 Teresa Steele
Feb 9, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Feb 7, 2018 Audrey Williams
Feb 4, 2018 Adrienne Corfe There is an international responsibility to reduce pollution and save our planet, not to destroy it. America has always lead the way, but is dragging the chain, think about the planet and all inhabitants.
Feb 2, 2018 Elisenda Ponsa
Jan 30, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 30, 2018 Barbara Fletcher
Jan 29, 2018 Lisa Heller
Jan 28, 2018 Valentina Miletic
Jan 27, 2018 Angela Molina
Jan 27, 2018 Rone Fong
Jan 26, 2018 Irene Goetz Carbon pollution has to be avoided since it has such a fatal effect on our environment
Jan 24, 2018 Danielle Cox
Jan 24, 2018 Joanna Atzmon
Jan 20, 2018 nancy (simran)caternolo wake up ,greedy people ..the earth is changing negatively because of mans influence on global warming!!
Jan 16, 2018 Annita Oxford
Jan 15, 2018 Ellen Lavake
Jan 15, 2018 Laurel Jeter
Jan 15, 2018 Elliott Bailey
Jan 15, 2018 L Jeter
Jan 14, 2018 mar Pom
Jan 14, 2018 Deborah E Reek Polar bear and other animals in this region are doomed to extinction within the next 10 years, approximately. UNLESS, we among other nations can protect that region by completely eliminating fossil fuel burning power plants, a well-known fact for decades.
Jan 12, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 10, 2018 Deborah Christopher-Preston ALWAYS DO EVERYTHING POSSIBLE TO HELP THESE BEAUTIFUL GIFTS FROM GOD, LOVED, SAFE, AND PROTECTED!!! Abusing ANY ANIMAL is a Horrendous CRIME that should be punished by DEATH to the PERP...In the most unpleasant, PAINFUL manner possible!!
Jan 6, 2018 Rick Dertinger
Jan 6, 2018 catherine miller
Jan 6, 2018 Virginia Lippert
Jan 6, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 5, 2018 Deborah Bell
Jan 4, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 3, 2018 Tammy Underwood
Jan 3, 2018 Caterina Raviglione

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