EDAF ad campaigns
An important part of our work is raising awareness and promoting action on air pollution, health, and climate change issues through print, online, radio and television advertising campaigns.
- Rep. Justin Amash: Radio ad [MP3] | billboard [PDF]
- Rep. Lou Barletta: Radio ad [MP3] | billboard [PDF]
- Rep. Frank Guinta: Radio ad [MP3]
- Rep. Tim Holden: Radio ad [MP3] | billboard [JPG]
- Rep. Sue Myrick: Radio ad [MP3] | billboard [PDF]
- Rep. Erik Paulsen: Radio ad [MP3] | billboard [PDF]
- Rep. Mike Rogers: Radio ad [MP3] | billboard [PDF]
- Rep. Pat Tiberi: Radio ad [MP3] | billboard [PDF]
- Senator Bingaman
- Senator Scott Brown
- Senator Sherrod Brown
- Senator Cantwell
- Senator Conrad
- Senator Dorgan
- Senator Durbin
- Senator Feingold
- Senator Gillibrand
- Senator Gregg
- Senator Kohl
- Senator LeMieux
- Senator Levin
- Senator Merkley
- Senator Murray
- Senator Nelson
- Senator Reed
- Senator Schumer
- Senator Udall
- Senator Voinovich
- Senator Warner
- Senator Webb
- Senator Whitehouse
- Senator Wyden
- Rep. Mary Bono Mack (CA-45): Radio ad [MP3]
- Rep. Melissa Bean (IL-8): Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. Rep. Rick Boucher (VA-9): Television ad
- Rep. Allen Boyd (FL-2): Television ad
- Rep. Andre Carson (IN-7): Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. James Clyburn (SC-6): Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. Rep. Steve Driehaus (FL-2): Television ad
- Rep. Marcia Fudge (OH-11): Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. Baron Hill (IN-9): Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. Paul Hodes (NH-2): Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. Steve Kagen (WI-8): Television ad
- Rep. Marcy Kaptur (OH-9): Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. Mary Jo Kilroy (OH-15): Television ad
- Rep. Suzanne Kosmas (FL-24): Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. Frank Kratovil (MD-1): Television ad
- Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-7): Television ad
- Rep. Dan Maffei (NY-25): Television ad
- Rep. Betsy Markey (CO-4): Television ad
- Michigan: Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. Patrick Murphy (PA-8): Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. Scott Murphy (NY-20): Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. Tom Perriello (VA-5): Television ad
- Rep. Dave Reichert (WA-8): Television ad
- Rep. Carol Shea-Porter (NH-1): Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. Zach Space (OH-18): Television ad
- Rep. John Spratt (SC-5): Print ad 1 [PDF]
- Rep. Betty Sutton (OH-13): Print ad [PDF]
- Rep. Vern Buchanan (FL-13) [PDF]
- Rep. Michael Castle (DE) [PDF]
- Rep. Lincoln Davis (TN-04) [PDF]
- Rep. Joe Donnelly (IN-02)[PDF]
- Rep. Brad Ellsworth (IN-08) [PDF]
- Rep. Paul Hodes (NH-02) [PDF]
- Rep. Frank Kratovil, Jr. (MD-01) [PDF]
- Rep. Erik Paulsen (MN-03) [PDF]
- Rep. Rep. John Spratt, Jr. (SC-05) [PDF]
- Cap Carbon Pollution Now PDF »
- It is time for America to lead PDF »
- Send me legislation that places a cap on carbon PDF »
- Answers to our problems don't lie beyond our reach PDF »
- Truly transform our economy PDF »
- The time to take charge of our future is here PDF »
- The hardest working dime in the world PDF »
- Overhaul the economy for the cost of a gumball PDF »
- Nothing is 10 cents anymore PDF »
- What can you get for 10 cents? PDF »
Fairness for Tennessee
Senator Lamar Alexander is helping to ensure cleaner air for Tennessee families by making sure out-of-state polluters clean up too.
The RESTORE the Gulf Coast States Act
Radio ad urging Florida voters to support candidates who support the RESTORE Act.
AEP: The Bad Example
This ad shows the public pressure building against AEP's outrageous dirty air bill.
Clean air laws keep kids safe
Dr. Bob Sears, pediatrician and co-author of The Baby Book and The Portable Pediatrician, speaks out against weakening our clean air protections. EDAF also placed billboards in key districts to reinforce the message: don't side with lobbyists, keep our kids safe.
Listen to the ads and see the billboards
Protect America's Clean Air Rules
In a series of powerful ads, EDAF challenged several bills and amendments to weaken America's clean air rules despite the known damage from air pollution: 50,000 American lives cut short each year and increased hospital admissions and asthma attacks, especially for children and the elderly.
Mercury and Children
When the House of Representatives decided to side with corporate lobbyists and block limits on harmful mercury pollution EDAF held the House and individual representatives accountable for their actions.
This ad ran in response to Missouri Senator Kit Bond's move to block new air pollution rules.
Thank You, Senators
This ad series thanks Senators Kerry, Lieberman, Snowe and Stabenow for fighting for changes that will cut imported oil and create American jobs.
Television ad series asks Senators to live up to their own words and help pass a strong clean energy bill.
A Moment to Put Words into Action
In a series of radio ads we urge Senators to act on their own words on energy independence and clean energy by passing a comprehensive climate and energy bill.
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A Time to Act
We are confident Senator Reid and his colleagues will opt to take the best ideas from all the major proposals and craft legislation that puts a strong limit on carbon pollution and drives the innovation necessary to create millions of clean energy jobs for America.
Pick Your Poison
These ads in the Washington Post and Politico sent the message that we can keep polluting our oceans and financing militants...or we can pass a clean energy and climate bill and move toward a clean energy future./p>
Thank you Senator Collins
We thanked Senator Susan Collins for working across party lines to find energy and climate solutions.
Heroes of the Next Recovery
Businesses are ready to hire new workers and spark an American renewal, but they can't do it without leadership from Washington. Blocking a real clean energy bill will kill the jobs they're working to create.
A Question of American Leadership
This ad in the Wall Street Journal and Politico demonstrates the broad support for climate legislation with surprising partners like the Christian Coalition, Michelin, Campbell's, the AFL-CIO, Toyota, Owens Corning, and Whirlpool joining environmental groups like EDF to urge Congress to preserve American leadership through national energy and climate legislation.
The Glaciers of the Himalaya are Melting
EDF and the Asia Society partnered on a full-page New York Times advertisement featuring dramatic photos of rapidly melting Himalayan glaciers, highlighting threats to Asian water supplies from climate change.
Silicon Valley Moving Forward on Clean Energy
Leading Silicon Valley business groups call on the Chamber of Commerce to change its extreme position on climate and energy legislation and embrace a market-based cap on carbon pollution.
Get Past the Old Lies
We ask Congress to get past the old lies of big oil and pass a clean energy bill that works for America.
Holding Them Accountable
We hold representatives accountable for bowing to special interests and voting against clean energy and fewer oil imports.
Thank You for Supporting the American Clean Energy and Security Act
We're thanking members of the House of Representatives for supporting new job creation by voting "yes" on the American Clean Energy and Security Act.
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Help Small Businesses Create Jobs
We help give voice to small business owners that want Congress to help them create jobs by passing the American Clean Energy and Security Commission.
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Stand Up for Common Sense
In partnerships with League of Conservation Voters and Republicans for Environmental Conservation, we ask key Congressmen to support the American Clean Energy and Security Act.
Rise Above Partisan Politics
Reverend Dan Boone urges federal leaders to rise above partisan politics and address the global concern of climate change.
Faces of Climate Change in Florida
Alfy Fanjul and J. Pepe Fanjul, principals of Florida Crystals Corporation, teamed up with us to support the American Clean Energy and Security Act.
Thanking Representative Zack Space
In partnerships with American Electrical Power, we thank Congressman Zach Space (OH-18) for supporting the American Clean Energy and Security Act.
As a member of the U.S. Climate Action Partnership we participated in several ads thanking members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce for their work on the American Clean Energy and Security Act.
A Smart Cap
Utility executives Jim Rogers of Duke Energy and John Rowe of Exelon joined us to show their support for a smart cap on carbon pollution.
Cap Carbon, Unleash Innovation
As a member of the U.S. Climate Action Partnership we participated in ads urging the House Committee on Energy and Commerce to send the American Clean Energy Security bill to a floor vote.
Carbon Caps = Hard Hats
Mayor John Fetterman of Braddock, Pennsylvania teamed up with the United Steelworkers, Blue Green Alliance and Environmental Defense Action Fund to show how a carbon cap will create jobs and bring prosperity back to hard-hit manufacturing towns.
Cotton, Corn and...Carbon?
In partnership with the Agricultural Carbon Market Working Group we promoted the economic opportunities of a carbon cap for farmers and livestock producers and urged them to have their representatives support a carbon cap.
Home of the Brave
In these radio ads we urged Americans to make the brave choice for our kids by standing up to climate change and asking Congress to support the American Clean Energy and Security Act.
New Jobs and Less Imported Oil
We responded to scare tactics and false statistics circulated by carbon cap opponents with this campaign urging key committee members to recognize the job opportunities and manageable costs of capping carbon.
Not on our Watch
We urged key members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce to put jobs and America's future first and support the American Clean Energy and Security Act.
Respect for Science + Respect for Law = Stronger America
We joined our peers in the environmental community to thank President Obama and EPA administrator Lisa Jackson for following science and the law in finding that greenhouse gases pose a threat to public health.
Cap Carbon Pollution Now
In a series of ads running from February through March we ask Congress to change our future for the better and cap carbon pollution now.
CEOs say fixing climate change will create jobs.
Governors take the lead on climate change
Governors say it's time for Congress to address climate.