"In Arizona, we are on the front lines of the climate crisis. The impacts of increasing temperatures and drought are being felt throughout our state by not only our citizens, but also our wildlife. Drought and rising temperatures are having detrimental impacts on our deserts, forests, waterways, and the wildlife that depend on them. If we are to get ahead of this and restore the amazing habitat and wildlife diversity of out great state, we must cut carbon pollution. I’m proud to add my name to the mountain of support to urge the administration to finalize the strongest version of its standards to cut climate pollution from power plants by early next year."

Valerie Morrill, Director At-Large, Arizona Wildlife Federation, Arizona