From Jared Huffman <[email protected]>
Subject The only way we can tackle the climate crisis
Date April 22, 2022 4:15 PM
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The climate crisis is the challenge of a generation, and
we are quickly running out of time to change course. The
devastation of climate change is a direct threat to the
livability of our planet, which is why this Earth Day, we must
seize this opportunity to confront it head-on.

I’ve dedicated my work in Congress to preserving a
livable planet, from prioritizing greenhouse gas emissions
reductions to investing in clean energy and advancing
environmental justice – and that work is more important than

We are already seeing the damage from climate change,
and the truth is our most disadvantaged communities are
disproportionately bearing the brunt of that damage. Systemic and
economic inequality has resulted in a concentration of toxic air
and water pollution and crumbling infrastructure.

If we are going to pursue comprehensive climate action,
we can’t leave any of our neighbors without adequate support to
build climate adaptation and resilience.

That’s why I voted for the Build Back Better Act, which
invests heavily in environmental justice through climate justice
block grants, reducing toxic water and air pollution, the
creation of good union jobs in clean energy, and more.

As an original cosponsor of the Green New Deal and a
member of the Natural Resources Committee, I am committed to
working with my House and Senate colleagues on transformative
legislation combating climate change. The stakes are just too
high to sit idly by.

John, I need to know where you
stand. Please, take our Environmental Equity Survey to weigh in
on which climate issues are most pressing to you. →
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Our climate challenges are not getting easier. While the
pandemic brought a temporary reduction in emissions, global
carbon pollution is roaring back.

Even in California where we are making great strides on
clean energy, our gains are being nearly erased by devastating
wildfires that are becoming all too familiar. Recent fire seasons
have been the worst in our state’s history.

On the other side of the nation and across the globe,
there are intense hurricanes, out-of-control fires in Greece,
crippling drought in sub-Saharan Africa, and catastrophic floods
in Germany. Our planet is in crisis.

If we fail to act, the frequency and severity of
disasters caused by a rapidly changing climate will only worsen.

We must meet the urgency of this moment with action.
That means investing in clean energy and manufacturing, holding
polluters accountable, restoring protections for cherished
natural lands, all while making sure none of our neighbors
unfairly bear the burden.

I need to hear your voice on this important issue,
John. Will you take a moment to share
your thoughts in our Environmental Equity Survey?
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Thank you for your dedication to this fight.


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Oregon border. As a Democratic leader, Jared is committed to
protecting our environment, fighting for access to affordable
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