Quill Robinson writes in The Washington Examiner that in order to beat climate change, we must first beat climate anxiety.
- Climate change is real and poses very real risks, but the climate anxiety being promoted by some activists is counterproductive.
- Rather than approaching climate change through a lens of negativity, we should approach the challenge with optimism and ingenuity.
- Addressing climate change with solutions that are rooted in economic freedom and human prosperity will benefit the health of our planet and its people, all while meaningfully lowering emissions.
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