Sarah E. Hunt writes in Issues in Science and Technology about the conservative climate policy framework that is beginning to take hold in Congress.
- Conservatives in Congress are adopting policy frameworks that address climate issues.
- Specifically, these frameworks look to address climate change through energy innovation, regulatory reform, and stewardship.
- As opposed to the progressive’s top-down mandates, conservatives are offering bottom-up solutions that use the power of markets and local leadership to solve climate challenges.
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