An opportunity to turn U.S./China historic carbon emission reduction announcement into real action

US and China announce carbon reductions
US and China announce carbon reductions

U.S. President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping just announced a joint plan to reduce the carbon emissions that threaten our world with catastrophic climate change.

Now we have an opportunity to turn this historic announcement into real action.

Step one is making sure the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) knows the American people demand strong limits on climate-disrupting carbon pollution.

For a very limited time, the EPA is accepting public comments on its latest proposal to limit carbon emissions. Submit your comment in favor of the strongest possible rule before it’s too late.

The United States and China are the two countries with the highest carbon emissions.

This is the first time China has ever committed to reducing emissions. People worldwide are watching to see what the U.S. and China will do to back up this announcement and aggressively reduce emissions from power plants — the largest source of the carbon pollution that could doom our planet.

Here at home, the EPA’s proposed rule on carbon emissions is not strong enough, but the agency is giving everyday Americans a chance to weigh in before it finalizes the rules.

All eyes are on us. This announcement must be the catalyst for immediate, achievable action to prevent climate catastrophe.

Submit your comment to the EPA, right now, for stronger limits on carbon emissions.

Thank you for taking action today!