Let me be blunt.

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Cherie Eicholz and Dr. Poune Saberi from Physicians for Social Responsibility with PA IPL board member Rev. Doug Hunt, and Senator Bob Casey at a Keystone Coffee.

Dear Administrator McCarthy,

As a person of faith, I am greatly concerned about climate change. All levels of government must act quickly to limit industrial carbon pollution.

Climate change is already becoming apparent in Pennsylvania, the country, and the world. As it unfolds, it will hurt first and worst those least able to get out of harm’s way—the poor, the old, the young, and the ill. Thus, we have a moral responsibility to take serious action to slow climate change.

To this end, I support EPA’s proposed standard to limit industrial carbon pollution from new power plants, and I urge you to finalize the rule quickly without weakening it in any way.

Sincerely,

The message couldn’t be more direct.  We have no business building new power plants that emit more pollution than the average current plant.   The proposed standard has been vetted by individuals, industry, and scientists.  It’s time for it to be finalized.

When we visit our Senators to talk about the ways that we —congregations, study groups, and individuals of faith— are stepping up with energy efficiency, outreach in our communities, and clean energy purchasing we’ll make sure they get copies of the postcards, too.

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