Help the Climate; Write a Letter

As you may have heard Tuesday, June 25, President Obama laid out his national plan to reduce carbon pollution, prepare our country for the impacts of climate change, and lead global efforts to fight it. This is our moment. Can you help to respond to the naysayers in your area papers?

There is a story or blog in your area so far that needs responses:

From the Plain Dealer, July 1, 2013
Obama’s new power-plant rules will harm an Ohio economy dependent on coal: letter to the editor

It is easy as 1-2-3 to write a letter, and it will get the attention of our lawmakers that this is an important issue!

Email me for any help.

Thanks for all you do!

Thomas Collins, Sierra Club Beyond Coal Campaign

Get started

Step 1: Draft your letter. If you need to, please refer to the attached plan message box with talking points, Ohio Fact sheet and a letter to the editor guide to help (below). And as always, feel free to send me an email if you need help.

Step 2: Submit your letter to the Plain Dealer here with “Letter to the Editor” in the subject line. In the email, please remember to include your name, number and address in order for it to be published!

Step 3: Follow-up and report. Let’s make sure they received your letter. Call the paper at 216-999-6153 (you can ask to speak with the opinion editor) to make sure they saw your submission. Then, email me to let me know you have submitted a letter.