Tell the EPA: Keep our air clear with cleaner cars

Dear EPA Administrator Michael Regan,

The EPA should implement the strongest clean cars rule possible to effectively solve the climate crisis and protect public health. At a minimum, the EPA should reinstate the Obama-Biden era standards and ideally make them even stronger.

This proposed rule is not as strong as the Obama-Biden standards and is riddled with loopholes and giveaways to automakers that undermine otherwise strong emissions reduction targets. The EPA itself has identified a far more effective rule (Alternative #2), which would put 400,000 extra electric vehicles on the road by 2026 and result in 130 million fewer metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions. I urge you to adopt Alternative #2 to help clean our air.