Carbajal to Announce Climate Change is Real Act at Earth Day Events

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Santa Barbara, CA, April 20, 2018 | comments

Santa Barbara, CA – Tomorrow, April 21st, Rep. Carbajal (CA-24) will announce the introduction of the Climate Change is Real Act at the Community Environmental Council’s Earth Day Festival. The bill requires the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to reinstate information about climate change or global warming that was removed from, or redacted on, the agency’s website.

Under Administrator Scott Pruitt, the EPA has previously removed significant climate change-related information from their website and since then, significant information related to climate change remains missing from the site. Pruitt has publicly stated his incorrect belief that human activity has not significantly contributed to climate change and has even suggested that climate change will help humans “flourish.” This is contrary to the current scientific consensus.

“The EPA’s dangerous censorship of facts is incredibly alarming and contrary to the agency’s mission to protect our environment and public health,” said Rep. Carbajal. “This legislation is an important step to protecting the credibility of the EPA and their mission.”

Carbajal will be co-presenting the 2018 Environmental Hero Awards at the Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival.


Rep. Carbajal Announces Climate Change is Real Act and Presents Environmental Stewardship Awards


Saturday, April 21st Festival start – 12:45pm

Climate Change is Real Act announcement – 2:00pm



Alameda Park

Santa Barbara, CA, 93101

The event is open to press, please RSVP to to attend.

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