Rep. John Curtis (R-UT) and Drew Bond write in The Hill that America should promote economic freedom at COP26.
- In the coming days, delegates from around the world will gather for the U.N.’s annual climate conference, also known as COP26.
- Many activists and delegates will call for more command-and-control interventions such as more burdensome regulations and cronyist subsidies.
- Instead, policymakers should champion economic freedom, which will incentivize innovation and benefit the environment and human prosperity alike.
“America, and the world’s, best hope is to reject the advice of central planners and regulatory minders, and to fully embrace the proven principles of economic freedom that lead to innovation. Creativity, not coercion, is the best way to protect our natural and economic environment.”
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