Make the promise: League launches Clean Air Campaign
Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011
The League of Women Voters is working at the local, state, and national levels to refocus the debate over climate change from regulation to public health.
League members, elected officials, and community leaders are being asked to take the Clean Air Promise:
"I promise to protect America's children and families from dangerous air pollution. Because toxins and pollutants such as mercury, smog, carbon, and soot cause thousands of hospital visits, asthma attacks, and even deaths, I will support clean air policies and other protections that scientists and public health experts have recommended to the EPA to safeguard our air quality."
Locally, the Metro Columbus League is working with the Delaware County League to host a town hall meeting Dec. 6. The meeting is free and open to the public.