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RSVP for the Atlanta Climate rally!

On June 2nd, President Obama and the EPA introduced, for the first time, a plan to limit of carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants. This national climate action is the best chance we have to slow climate disruption! Now, we need to show a massive demonstration of support for climate action at the EPA's hearings on the new standard.

This is shaping up to be the biggest climate fight in history. Fossil fuel billionaires, like the Koch brothers, are bankrolling ads to make President Obama and the EPA think that Americans are afraid of tackling the climate crisis. 

You can help make sure that the EPA and Big Coal both know that there's widespread support for national action to fight climate disruption by attending the rally! 

Here are the rally and hearing details:

WHO: You, Sierra Club, and other climate and clean energy activists
WHAT: Rally and March to EPA headquarters July 29 at Noon and EPA hearing on carbon limits for power plants 
WHEN:  Rally and March: Tuesday, July 29at Noon; Hearing, Wednesday July 30, 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. 
WHERE: Rally and March: Woodruff Park Atlanta (map) 
Hearing: Sam Nunn Atlanta Federal Center, Main Tower Bridge Conference Area, Conference Room B, 61 Forsyth Street, SW, Atlanta (map
BUSES: Leaving from Chattanooga, Knoxville and Nashville,TN; Columbia and Greenville, South Carolina; Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky; Asheville, NC and Savannah, GA

Questions: contact Seth Gunning at seth.gunning@sierraclub.org

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