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Rally to Protect the Clean Air Act!


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Care about clean air and a safe climate?  Join us!

The Clean Air Act is the best tool we have for safeguarding clean air, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and fighting climate change at the national level.  Overly industry-friendly senators and representatives are trying to strip the E.P.A. of authority to set standards for acceptable amounts of carbon pollution from big emitters like coal plants and oil refineries.  We will call on our leaders to protect this critical authority and landmark legislation, and we will applaud those leaders who have already made that commitment.

When:  Saturday, Feb. 26th at 1pm

Where:  Municipal Building, Boulder (corner of Broadway and Canyon)

Purpose: To draw attention to the attacks happening in Congress on the Clean Air Act, the E.P.A. and their authority to regulate carbon pollution.  Local leaders, activists and experts will speak.

The Protect the Clean Air Act Rally is sponsored by:

  • 1Sky
  • 350.org
  • Boulder County Audubon
  • Clean Energy Action, Earth Guardians
  • Greenpeace
  • Mothers Acting Up
  • National Tribal Environmental Council
  • The Native American Rights Fund
  • New Era Colorado
  • Greenlands – Neighbors for Climate Action in Newlands
  • Protect Our Winters
  • Rocky Mountain Center for Peace and Justice
  • Sierra Club
  • Unity Church of Boulder
  • Unitarian Universalists Church of Boulder Green Sanctuary Team
  • PLAN-Boulder County

To become a co-sponsor contact Micah@1Sky.org. For more background on Protecting Clean Air Act visit: http://www.1sky.org/act/cleanairact. For more information or to get involved contact Micah@1Sky.org; 504-258-1247.

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