What's At Stake
Ozone is among the most widespread of air pollutants. It contributes to what we often see in the air as smog. Ozone pollution is a byproduct of fossil fuel emissions from vehicles, factories, and other sources, causing severe health harms. It is linked to asthma attacks, bronchitis, heart disease—and thousands of deaths each year. We need to let the Environmental Protection Agency know that any delay in improving our air quality standards is inexcusable and will mean more asthma attacks, more missed school, more missed work, more hospital and ER visits, and more deaths.
Delivery to Environmental Protection Agency