"It’s absolutely critical that U.S. energy policy recognizes that American climate leadership will come directly from coal country and advanced fossil fuel technologies along with innovative nuclear reactor designs."
"The carbon border tax or polluter import fee can therefore be understood as an attempt to solve that problem—and to universalize whatever carbon policies developed nations might impose in coming decades. But it runs up against a serious practical problem. Taxing one's own citizens is a poor way of getting other nations to change their behavior."
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.
The European Union and China announced sweeping plans to limit greenhouse-gas emissions that will increase costs for industry and consumers but drew criticism from environmentalists as not going far enough to slow climate change.
The Growing Climate Solutions Act is a commonsense approach to tackling climate change. It would reward the men and women who grow America’s crops and manage our forests and ranches and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.