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EcoRight climate news for the week of September 25

Hello, EcoRight Superstars. I hope everyone enjoyed National Clean Energy Week, the fall equinox, and the harvest moon. Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN This week’s must read: The Future of Conservative Climate Leadership (National Affairs) Our pal (and coiner of the term EcoRight) Alex Bozmoski and ACC’s Nate Hochman teamed up for this think piece. Part history, part crystal ball, they write: […]

September 25th

EcoRight Speaks podcast: Protecting the Earth with Eco-Christan Larry Linenschmidt

Today, I’m pleased to welcome to the show a good friend of the podcast and stellar member of the EcoRight, Larry Linenschmidt, who runs the Hill Country Institute, a resource for Christians considering the intersection of faith and culture in the world today. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN Joining us in the conversation is our own Bob […]

September 23rd

Climate Week NYC 2021: Sign up for National Clean Energy Week, too! (In person + online)

Plans next week? If you haven’t already, consider signing up for the 5th annual National Clean Energy Week, and the NCEW21 Policy Makers Symposium launch NEXT WEEK! Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN September 21-23 is the NCEW 2021 Policy Makers Symposium, which serves as a virtual centerpiece for NCEW— the Symposium is a fantastic opportunity to hear from […]

September 20th

EcoRight Speaks podcast: Mark Fleming, Conservative Clean Energy Network

Welcome back, readers and listeners. This week’s guest is Mark Fleming, the President & CEO of Conservatives for Clean Energy, a Raleigh, NC-based organization that works to educate opinion leaders on the benefits of clean energy initiatives. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN Mark brings a host of experiences to his current position, working with policy […]

September 14th

Ecoright Speaks podcast: Houghton College’s environment and sustainability guru, Brian Webb

We find our guests in a variety of ways. Some through our own personal connections. Some of our guests are public figures we admire. This week’s guest was someone our executive director Bob Inglis felt passionate about having on the show. And boy was he right. Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN Brian Webb is an instructor of Environmental […]

August 25th

EcoRight climate news for the week of August 20

Hello and welcome to Friday. I forgot to mention that July was the hottest month on record. Ever. In the recorded history weather. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN I might never go outside again between the constant heat advisories and the oak mites those of us living in cicada land are enduring. (In case you […]

August 20th

Ecoright Speaks podcast: Charles Hernick of Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions

Happy Tuesday! I’m thrilled to share with you my conversation with Charles Hernick, Vice President of Policy and Advocacy for Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions. Charles is a fan of the podcast, a friend of the podcast, and a great strategist when it comes to clean energy and climate change policy. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN […]

August 19th

EcoRight Climate Week En Review: August 13, 2021

Hello…. what a week. On Monday, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued its sixth report (more on that below) and the Senate passed the long-awaited and heavily negotiated Infrastructure bill, after what feels like 200+ weeks of so-called Infrastructure Week. The bill now moves on to the House. Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN We’re also in a […]

August 14th

The EcoRight perspective on the new IPCC Climate Report

The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is out—and it’s message is not good. The world is moving closer to a temperature threshold with catastrophic  consequences unless major emitting nations make deep emissions cuts in the coming decades. Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN “These latest IPCC conclusions couldn’t speak any louder. It’s clear we’re all in […]

August 11th