Ohioans Stand United Against Carbon Pollution

Last week, while many folks were preparing for 4th of July activities, a group of Ohioans came together in the state capital of Columbus to send a message to Washington – it's time to cut carbon pollution from power plants. Sporting signs and t-shirts that echoed their message of support for President Obama's climate change action plan, they formed a line that stretched from Senator Sherrod Brown's office to Senator Rob Portman's – intersecting at the Ohio Statehouse. In total, they spanned six city blocks, engaging curious by-passers and Senate staffers on the need for action to address climate change, and the industrial carbon pollution that fuels it.

Join them. Answer the president's call to action and say I WILL.