Tell your Senators to support clean energy legislation
Soon after being passed to the Senate on May 21, 2009, the American Clean Energy and Security Act took back seat with health care debates assuming center stage. New energy and climate legislation in the U.S. would set a good tone for the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference at Copenhagen in December, making it more likely that there will be agreement on international emission standards.
Democrats will need 60 votes in the Senate to approve the legislation. With that said, proponents of the energy and climate bill need to help secure these votes by pressing the Senate.
Repower America has set a goal to send 100,000 letters expressing support for the bill to the Senate. They are 30,000 letters shy from reaching their goal. Take two minutes to fill-in a couple of boxes and hit the submit button to send the letter and help get the votes.