Danielle Butcher writes in The Washington Examiner about the importance of bipartisan work to advance climate progress.
- Proposals to address climate change have varied by ideology.
- Progressive policymakers have looked to address climate change thus far with sweeping legislation and massive spending bills.
- Conservatives in Congress have advanced legislation that empowers bottom-up solutions to climate change.
- Meaningful climate progress will be achieved when both sides come together to support bipartisan solutions that unleash private sector innovation and economic progress.
“We will achieve climate progress not through Herculean vows, unattainable pledges, or unpassable packages but through meaningful legislation. Durable, bipartisan policy is possible, meaning that Democrats’ ambition and Republicans’ efficient approach can actually complement each other legislatively.”
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