Automakers Are Turning Their Backs on Climate and Public Health

The Trump administration is trying to rollback clean car standards and get rid of our country's most effective climate program. This action will increase global warming emissions, harmful air pollution, and costs for drivers, while at the same time working to take away the ability of states to adopt their own strong emission standards.

General Motors, Toyota, and several other automakers have sided with this attack on clean car standards and the Clean Air Act. This is especially egregious given Toyota's attempts to portray itself as a "green" company. Thankfully, California is trying to protect strong vehicle emissions standards, and four other car makers have joined the state in their effort: Ford, Honda, Volkswagen, and BMW.

It's time to get the other automakers to reverse course. We can beat the Trump administration on this if we amplify our voices and put persistent pressure on some of the world's largest car makers to do the right thing.

Sign the petition to automakers today: tell them it's time to stand up for cleaner cars.
To: GM, Toyota, Fiat Chrysler, Nissan, Subaru, Hyundai and Kia

We/I strongly disapprove of your company's support of the Trump administration's illegal and dangerous attack on state authority, clean air, consumer savings, and climate progress. Your company picked the wrong side -- lining up against what's best for my family's health, our planet, and my wallet.

Now is the time for your company to reverse course and reject President Trump's misguided attempt to roll back the clean car standards and attack state authority. We call on your company to immediately withdraw from the litigation against state clean car standards and invest in innovation instead of litigation. We need cleaner carsónot Trump's indefensible and dangerous rollback.

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