Adopting a more science-based, market-led policy approach to energy and the environment will empower entrepreneurs, innovators, and scientists, rather than lobbyists, bureaucrats, and special interests.
As nations that have historically contributed significantly to our shared climate challenge, we have a moral obligation to continue our domestic decarbonization as well as support that effort internationally.
When we talk about climate change, we too often are focused exclusively on energy and industry emissions. While that is an important conversation, we cannot afford to miss the forest for the trees by ignoring the potential of natural climate solutions.
Ultimately, the future of nuclear fusion is bright, but only if we support the industry adequately. A clean, nuclear-powered future is entirely possible if we actively invest in R&D, remove burdensome red tape, and learn from past mistakes.
As conservatives that care about climate change, we often find ourselves in an interesting ideological sandwich. On the one hand, we have to debunk the vestigial spasms of climate denialism in the conservative movement, from groups such as the Heartland Institute and CFACT, while on the other we have to push back against the climate...
By conserving our beautiful landscapes, empowering rural communities, and revitalizing local economies, conservatives have the opportunity to promote a hands-on, back-to-the-roots approach to climate action.
Our side can win by putting conservation back into conservatism, calling out ineffective Democratic climate plans, and championing real climate solutions that will benefit all Americans. That’s the conservative approach to climate change.