While Americans are right to be frustrated with climate hypocrisy from Hollywood elites, the true “climate criminals” are the activists and the politicians who are putting their agenda ahead of meaningful, bipartisan action.
Eden Green’s facilities are threading the needle: producing enough food to feed dense population areas without needing a large environmental footprint. The greenhouses combine the verticality of indoor farms with the efficiency of traditional greenhouses.
In a recently released policy brief, authors Eric Edwards and Sara Sutherland of the Property and Environmental Research Center (PERC) outline how inefficient regulations and permitting processes exacerbate the risk of wildfires.
It is important to have leaders with real-world experience like Rep. Miller in office. Her innovation-first, no nonsense approach to climate change will undoubtedly benefit consumers and the environment alike.
This summer we can expect the GOP climate, energy, and conservation task force to lay out comprehensive policies that the party will move to implement if it retakes the House in November. The conservative climate movement, being led by members such as Rep. Curtis, is offering pragmatic solutions to our greatest energy and climate challenges.
Climate change and other environmental challenges are long-term problems. By unleashing the power of the free market, Americans are encouraging innovative companies such as Exlterra to bring durable solutions to the market.
Throughout the summer the House GOP will be rolling out an energy, climate, and conservation plan. Given the high cost of energy and the need to address climate change, it is essential for policymakers to advance solutions that address both.