Did you see the good news? The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a common sense plan to reduce carbon emissions from power plants by 30% by 2030. This is a historic moment in the movement to fight climate change globally. But friends, this is just a start.
On World Environment Day, we must renew our commitment to protecting the environment for our children and grandchildren. In Congress, I will work to end America’s addiction to fossil fuels and promote investments in clean, renewable and alternative energy technologies.
Right here in the 8th District, we must fight against fracking in the George Washington National Forest and work to protect the ecosystem of the Potomac River watershed.
There’s nothing more important that we can do for our children and future generations than leave them with a healthy world.
Stand with me,