"Since many people feed their families and their businesses from the fish in #Oklahoma lakes, we owe it to ourselves and future generations to keep the EPA strong and focused on regulating toxic substances such as mercury."
Air pollution is bad for health — of course. But now a World Health Organization report has put a real number on just how bad: “…in 2012 around 7 million people died (prematurely)…as a result of air pollution exposure.”
The #EPA listening sessions will lay the groundwork for a strong, protective carbon pollution standard – but only if we speak up. About why we care about climate change. About our children’s health. About our children’s future.
"We need a massive shift away from fossil fuels to a clean, renewable energy future. We need this for the health of our children for their future and for the health and future of our country and our planet." -@Harriet Shugarman