Is 300 years too long to wait for clean, clear air in our national parks?
We think so.
We go to our parks for many reasons: to breathe clean air, to enjoy the vistas, and to clear our heads.
But even though clean air laws require the restoration of natural air quality in America’s most treasured national parks and wilderness areas, loopholes in the law will allow polluters to keep polluting park air for centuries to come.
The Obama administration can close these loopholes and secure pristine, healthy air in Yosemite, Grand Canyon, and Great Smoky Mountains within our lifetime—but only if action is taken now.
Ask the President to give the gift of clean air to our national parks—for ourselves, and for future generations.