National Environmental Trust: Urge Senators to Call for Global Warming Action

June 22nd, 2006 1:46 pm by Kelly Garbato

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From: National Environmental Trust – cdelany [at] net.org
Date: Jun 19, 2006 11:03 AM
Subject: Urge Senators to Call for Global Warming Action

National Environmental Trust

Urge Senators to Call for Global Warming Action

Environmental champions in the U.S. Senate have begun an effort to call on the Bush administration to require nationwide reductions in global warming pollution over the next decade.

Senators Collins and Durbin, along with Senators Chafee and Bill Nelson, started circulating a letter to President Bush to commemorate the one-year anniversary of passage of a “Sense of the Senate” resolution calling for a mandatory program to “slow, stop, and reverse” global warming pollution. The letter expresses the senators’ continuing concerns about global warming, states the senators’ support for a mandatory program to reduce global warming emissions from current levels within 10 years, and urges the President to provide leadership on the issue.

The senators plan to send the letter to the President on Thursday, June 22, the anniversary of the Sense of the Senate resolution.

Please take a moment now and send a letter to your senators urging them to sign on to this initiative to push the Bush administration to get serious about global warming.

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What’s At Stake:

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Campaign Expiration Date:
June 22, 2006

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