Environmental Action Needed

CPP Implementation in Delaware

Public Comments Period Ends Dec. 30

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Indian River Power Station, Millsboro DE
(Google Maps found at http://www.sourcewatch.org)

Leave a comment at: sc.org/DE-CPP

On Aug. 3 President Obama and the EPA announced the final rule for the Clean Power Plan (CPP)—the most significant action the U.S. government has taken to reduce climate changing carbon emissions from power plants.

The plan allows each state to implement the CPP. We have learned that Delaware’s plan of implementation to reduce emissions and pollution are much too weak to protect Delaware long-term from the effects of climate change.

Significant changes need to be made in the implementation plan.

As citizens and people of faith, we can make a difference. Public comments on Delaware’s plan are open until December 30, 2015. Please go to the link provided and complete the form provided.

Your response is important: sc.org/DE-CPP

Green Sanctuary Team
Contact: Elizabeth Siftar

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