Clean air

Urge EPA Administrator Michael Regan to tighten clean air rules

Mr. James Kelley |

Air pollution cuts short the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans every year. Air pollution also increases the risk of asthma attacks, cancer and other diseases.


Yet the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) currently allows levels of air pollution that many American public health groups and international agencies consider unhealthy. Please join us in urging EPA Administrator Michael Regan to strengthen the limits on health-threatening pollution, including ozone and fine particulate pollution.