Target: Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
Goal: Protect the Paris Agreement.
With Donald Trump preparing to enter the White House, the recent Paris Agreement is in danger of being revoked. The Paris Agreement is a major turning point in our efforts to mitigate climate change and global warming, which has been ignored or denied for far too long despite scientific evidence of its existence and threat to our planet. Trump could easily destroy yet another victory we have worked so hard for, putting our planet in even more danger.
We cannot allow this. Global warming has been responsible for several overly warm winters that failed to kill enough germs and allergens to prevent the spread of illness, and has caused a drastic rise in the sea levels as well as increased acidity in our oceans. This can easily be avoided by keeping the air clean and reducing the amount of greenhouse gases emitted, such as carbon monoxide.
The Paris Agreement could do so much to improve the climate of this planet and possibly put a stop to global warming as a whole. We must do everything we can to ensure its longevity. Sign this petition to ensure that Trump will not be able to destroy this great stride towards ecological improvement.
Dear Administrator McCarthy,
The recent Paris Agreement could be in danger due to Donald Trump’s upcoming presidency. This event is a great stepping stone in our fight against global warming and climate change, something that has been either ignored or denied for far too long. The Paris Agreement will stop the spread of dangerous greenhouse gases, keep the air clean and prevent warm winters that fail to kill off the germs and allergens that result in illnesses.
We cannot afford to lose this agreement. We must not allow this victory to be revoked so soon after obtaining it. Please do everything in your power to protect the Paris Agreement, ensuring that Donald Trump and his cabinet will not be able to renege on it and put our environment at risk for destruction.
[Your Name Here]
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