Tell the EPA to protect people and parks from methane pollution

Methane escapes into the environment from natural gas flaring
Methane escapes into the atmosphere from natural gas flaring. © Karimovb | Dreamstime.com

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing to repeal its own regulation that requires oil and gas operators to find and capture methane so it doesn’t leak into the atmosphere. If this rule is rolled back, our national parks, people and the planet will suffer.

Parks need your voice now: Tell the EPA you strongly oppose rolling back reasonable standards that curb methane pollution.

Please remember to personalize your message below by telling the EPA why keeping commonsense methane gas standards in place is important to you!

Message

Docket ID No. EPA-HQ-OAR-20170757

Dear [Decision Maker],

As an advocate for our national parks, I strongly oppose the proposed rule to roll back reasonable methane standards and allow the oil and gas industry to release methane and other harmful pollution into the atmosphere unchecked.



I am urging you to listen to the broad cross-section of voices calling on EPA to keep these original standards in place to protect parks, people and our planet.

Sincerely,
[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]

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