Call for stronger smog standards

Nearly half of Americans live in places with dangerous levels of dirty air. In November, the EPA proposed stronger standards for smog pollution, and they’re accepting public input on their plan through this Tuesday, March 17. 

The EPA’s scientists recommend keeping smog pollution at 60 parts per billion to protect the lungs of kids and the elderly, but industry lobbyists are pushing hard in support of levels that blatantly ignore the dangers to public health. 

Send a message to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy calling for stronger smog standards to clean up the air we breathe.