Monday, March 25, 2013

What some senators tried to do to climate protections:

Organizing for Action
Diane --

You've been on the front lines, fighting to protect our environment -- thanks for standing with President Obama.

Right now, we have a real chance to make progress in the effort to combat climate change, but we're up against some pretty powerful special interests.

It's time for you to step up again and join the team fighting back.

Over the weekend, the Senate voted on a series of amendments to the budget. With narrow margins of victory, they rejected an effort to roll back protections from mercury and other forms of toxic air pollution, and blocked an attempt to stop the EPA from limiting the carbon pollution that causes climate change.

That's good news -- but those slim margins of victory show we have our work cut out for us if we're going to make progress on combating climate change.

In the next few months, Organizing for Action is going to be taking some bold steps forward to fight climate change. We'll be doing everything we can with the grassroots network and resources at our disposal to keep the pressure on legislators to do the right thing for the environment.

But we need you with us. Add your name today and say you're in to combat climate change:

Thanks. I'm glad to have you on our side.


Ivan Frishberg
Climate Campaign Manager
Organizing for Action

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