Tell the Supreme Court to rule the U.S. must regulate carbon now

November 21st, 2006

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With a decade at most to avert global warming catastrophe, let the U.S. Supreme Court know carbon dioxide is clearly a pollutant, causing climate change mayhem, and as such must be regulated by the U.S. EPA

//www.climateark.org/alerts/send.asp?id=supreme_court_climate

In one of the most important environmental cases ever to come before the U.S. Supreme Court, climate change and the regulation of carbon dioxide emissions will be ruled upon by the nation's highest court for the first time. In essence, the case will put the evidence for climate change "on trial" to determine whether the available data are enough to say that CO2 emissions pose a threat to the public's wellbeing. The case is Massachusetts vs. EPA, 05-1120. Essentially two questions are at issue: can the U.S. government's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulate CO2, and if it can, is it required to. The court's decision which is expected in June 2007, with oral arguments scheduled as soon as late November or early December of this year, could hasten U.S. mitigation of greenhouse-gas emissions - or bring action to a disappointing halt. It is highly unusual to target the U.S. Supreme Court with an email protest campaign. But as with the Civil Rights movement of the past, the issue of human caused climate change is so important and fraught with political deadlock that we must call upon the Court to not only heed the strong science and law, but if necessary, to "legislate from the bench" and provide clear guidance on this life and Earth threatening measure. By participating in the campaign you will be both sending emails to the Supreme Court and all the signatures are being compiled as a petition to be mailed to the Supreme Court (thus the need for addresses for added legitimacy).

Tell the Supreme Court to rule the U.S. must regulate carbon now at: //www.climateark.org/alerts/send.asp?id=supreme_court_climate

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