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Young Republicans push party to act on climate change

February 13th, 2020|

Party leadership is taking heed, releasing a series of modest climate-related bills. By Elvina Nawaguna As originally published in Roll Call Young Republicans, facing a future with more extreme weather events, wildfires, rising sea levels, famine and other repercussions of a warmer [...]

Republicans seek a spot on the global climate stage

January 3rd, 2020|

January 2, 2020 As originally published in The Washington Examiner By: Abby Smith Conservative green groups want to break Democrats’ hold on climate policy. Their goal is to bring a delegation of Republican policymakers to this year’s United Nations climate talks, [...]

A Step That Could Reshape The Energy Economy

December 16th, 2019|

Brian O’Hara - Charlotte Observer North Carolina is No. 2 in the nation in solar capacity, and that leadership has transformed our state, providing great jobs, rural economic development, and low-cost, clean energy. But if solar is steadily marching our state [...]

Heather Reams on Real Clear Politics Podcast

November 27th, 2019|

Listen to the full podcast here. In this week's RealClearPolitics podcast, Andrew Walworth and Carl Cannon are joined by guest Heather Reams, Executive Director of Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) a non-profit organization focused on energy, economic, and environmental issues. [...]

Republicans Must Have a Climate Plan — and They Need It Now

November 21st, 2019|

As originally published in Real Clear Politics November 21, 2019 As a life-long, card-carrying member of the Grand Old Party, this month’s election results were tough to face. Looking beyond the headlines, our state legislative and gubernatorial losses highlighted an ongoing [...]

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