Tell President Trump You’ll Resist His Climate Denial Agenda

One year ago, President Trump withdrew the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement. Since then, he and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt have worked overtime to bring our fight against climate change — and our efforts to move away from fossil fuels — to a screeching halt.

They are recklessly pushing to expand offshore oil and gas drilling and to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling... kill the Clean Power Plan to reduce climate pollution from power plants... and roll back vital clean car standards that would reduce auto emissions and make America’s car industry more competitive. They’re trying to censor lifesaving climate research and science at the EPA, and are proposing massive EPA budget cuts that will cripple the agency.. and more.

NRDC is standing strong against Trump and Pruitt, and will do everything in our power to stop them — even if it means taking the fight to court.

Will you join us by sending a new message to Trump and Pruitt that you will stand firmly against any of their attempts to attack our environment, our climate, or our public health?

On the one-year anniversary of President Trump’s decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Agreement, will you join NRDC by taking our pledge — and sending a message to Trump and EPA Administrator Pruitt — that you will stand firmly against any of their attempts to attack our environment, our climate, or our public health?

Your message will be sent to:

President Donald Trump and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt

Subject line:

I oppose your anti-environment assaults

(Consider adding your own thoughts — personalized messages are especially effective)

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