Help us defend the EPA

Help us defend the EPA

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is under attack. Congress is threatening to roll back important EPA protections for clean air and water—with some members seeking to eliminate the Agency altogether—while the administration is restricting the release of Agency data, freezing hiring and grants, working to eliminate rules that protect public health and the environment, and calling for substantial cuts to EPA's budget.

It is well known that the EPA is responsible for making sure our water is clean and our air is clear, but there are also many cases in which EPA programs have saved species from extinction and made habitat cleaner for the animals we love.

We need your help to protect the EPA and environmental safeguards. Please contact your U.S. representative and senators today and urge them to protect the EPA’s programs, funding and scientific integrity. Dismantling the Agency’s critical conservation measures would harm people and wildlife now and for many years to come.

© Hans Ebenhoch

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is under attack. Congress is threatening to roll back important EPA protections for clean air and water—with some members seeking to eliminate the Agency altogether—while the administration is restricting the release of Agency data, freezing hiring and grants, working to eliminate rules that protect public health and the environment, and calling for substantial cuts to EPA's budget.

It is well known that the EPA is responsible for making sure our water is clean and our air is clear, but there are also many cases in which EPA programs have saved species from extinction and made habitat cleaner for the animals we love.

We need your help to protect the EPA and environmental safeguards. Please contact your U.S. representative and senators today and urge them to protect the EPA’s programs, funding and scientific integrity. Dismantling the Agency’s critical conservation measures would harm people and wildlife now and for many years to come.

© Hans Ebenhoch

 

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