Ecoright Speaks podcast, episode 5: Conservative energy maven Sarah Hunt

  • Published on July 14th, 2020

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Sarah E. Hunt is a leader in conservative clean energy policy and a successful social entrepreneur. As co-founder and CEO of the Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy

By Chelsea Henderson
EcoRight News/ RepublicEN

This week, I talk to Sarah Hunt, co-founder and CEO of the Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy, who has quite the conservative climate street cred.

At the Rainey Center, she leads public policy research and leadership development programs by and for women, minorities, and mavericks. Prior to founding the Rainey Center, Sarah launched a clean energy program at the American Legislative Exchange Council and a climate change program at the Niskanen Center. Early in her career she served as Manager, State Issues and Ethics Officer at the consulting firm Stateside Associates and practiced political law at a boutique law firm in the Pacific Northwest.

Our members know by now that I’m a big fan of the written word, and Sarah’s commentary on energy policy is regularly sought by publications including the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, E&E Newswire, The Guardian, Axios, and the Scientific American. I’m always happy to see Sarah’s byline gracing an op-ed.

Without further ado, tune in to my riveting conversation with Sarah Hunt!

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(Re-posted from RepublicEN, an organization committed to growing U.S. conservative climate leadership.)

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republicEn.org is an organization committed to growing U.S. conservative climate leadership. Members of republicEn are conservatives, libertarians, and pragmatists of diverse political opinion. We stand together because we believe in American free enterprise. We believe that with a true level playing field, free enterprise can deliver the innovation to solve climate change. But America's climate policy needs to change. Change requires that conservative leaders step-up and lead. Climate change is real and we believe it's our duty and our opportunity to reduce the risks. But to make a difference, we have to fight climate change with free enterprise instead of ineffective subsidies and regulations.

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