Climate Action Campaign Launches Ads Urging Senators to Vote Against Attacks on Climate and Clean Air Standards

June 14th, 2024

Washington, DC – Today, the Climate Action Campaign announced a new six-figure digital ad campaign urging Senators in key states to reject attempts to rollback life-saving pollution standards recently announced by the EPA. President Biden and his administration have finalized standards that will achieve measurable results in curbing climate pollution and protecting our health. They have broad and overwhelming support from the American people.

Unfortunately, big polluters and their allies in Congress are trying to use the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to undo important public health and environmental protections, including rolling back pollution standards targeting carbon, soot, mercury and methane. Part of a broader effort to defend climate progress and make clear the stakes for public health, the $250,000 digital ad buy, which will run over the next several months as CRAs to repeal these standards are introduced, is designed to urge key Senators in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Nevada, Georgia, and Arizona to stand up for clean air and healthy families.

“A vote for these resolutions is a vote against our health and our climate,” said CAC Director Margie Alt. “They are a direct attack on Solutions for Pollution that provide important public health protections and cut dangerous climate pollution. Members of Congress must vote NO on rolling back climate and clean air standards.“

To see a video of the ad, click here.


About the Climate Action Campaign
Climate Action Campaign (CAC) is a vibrant coalition of advocacy organizations working together to drive ambitious, durable federal action to cut carbon pollution, address the climate crisis, advance environmental justice, and accelerate the transition to clean energy. Our goal is to reduce carbon pollution and accelerate the transition to clean energy through policies focused on climate, justice, and jobs and expanding opportunity for all.

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