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| Joe -- |
President Obama just took the stage at the U.N. Climate Summit to show the world how the United States is leading in the fight against climate change -- and to continue to build momentum for global action.
The New York Times called the President's signature action for cutting carbon pollution "the strongest action taken by an American president to tackle climate change."
It should come as no surprise that it's facing steep opposition right here at home from polluters, dirty special interests, and climate change deniers in Congress. They think they can derail this plan before it even gets started.
Joe, as President Obama speaks on the world stage, OFA supporters are stepping up to the plate.
You've already stood up to support the President's plan. Before the EPA closes its window for public comments, we want to see hundreds of thousands more people speak out for action on climate. Will you chip in $5 or more to support these grassroots efforts?
This weekend, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets in New York City and across the world to send a clear message to the world. It was inspiring -- and a reminder that change fueled by organizing is as undeniable as the science of the climate crisis.
We can't punt on this.
Between droughts, wildfires, and increasingly dangerous storms, climate change is already threatening people's lives and livelihoods all across the country.
The President's Clean Power Plan -- which would reduce carbon emissions from power plants 30 percent by the end of the next decade -- puts the United States in a position to lead the world in the fight against climate change. But this Clean Power Plan has been just one of many steps the administration is taking -- all across government and with the private sector -- to take on this crisis. Along with dramatically cutting climate pollution from cars, historic investments in clean energy, and making strides in international climate cooperation, we are making progress.
Now the question is whether the President's plan can beat back a powerful, well-funded opposition.
It's going to come down to who steps up to fight for it.
Chip in $5 or more today to support the grassroots organizing that makes change like this possible:
Organizing for Action
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