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Young conservatives lobbied GOP Reps and Senators for carbon fee and dividend

It can be difficult to get conservatives involved in the climate conversation, although I personally don’t see why this has to be the case. As a young conservative, I’m passionate about market-based, limited-government solutions to climate change, such as carbon fee and dividend. This policy enjoys meaningful conservative support, and I am committed to empowering other […]

Ecoright climate news for the week of April 9

Hello! Happy Friday! I have another short and sweet wrap up for you today. Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN This week’s must read: The Tampa Bay Times Ed Board was busy this week with two editorials that spoke to us. First, Hey President Biden, where is the carbon tax? When President Joe Biden unveiled ambitious plans to upgrade […]

April 9th

Pro-life Evangelicals encourage Congress in revoking Trump’s methane rules

Evangelical Environmental Network is pleased that Congress introduced the Congressional Review Act resolution last week. As pro-life evangelicals, we have a special concern for the unborn. Before they take their first breath, we must ensure that all children have a healthy start, unhindered by the ravages of pollution. Central to delivering on this promise is […]

Ecoright Speaks podcast season 2, episode 10: Daniel Gage talks about natural gas vehicles

In this week’s episode we bring you information about Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs), a technology that frankly I knew very little about before conducting this interview. (I choose guests not just for you but for my own benefit.) By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN This week’s guest, Daniel Gage, is the president of the NGV America, a […]

March 23rd

Ecoright climate news for the week of March 19, 2021

This week featured the Ides of March, St. Patricks Day, and the NCAA basketball tournament tip off. Oh, and some other stuff happened too. Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN Welcome to the team: We are thrilled to add to our 38-member Spokesperson Team the esteemed Jim Tolbert, a longtime EcoRighter and friend of We look forward to […]

March 19th

Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 57: The tide is rising (with Bob Inglis)

Citizens’ Climate Radio is a monthly podcast hosted by CCLer Peterson Toscano. Browse all our past episode recaps here, or listen to past episodes here, and check out the latest episode in the post below.  By Citizens’ Climate Lobby Citizens’ Climate Education encourages bipartisan support for climate solutions. While people on the left, right, and in the middle […]

Ecoright climate news for the week of February 26

  Happy last Friday in February, the longest shortest month of the year. Today’s roundup is brought to you by the letter U. You’ll see why quickly. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN This week’s must read: House Republicans held secret climate summit in Utah (Washington Examiner) According to reporting by Joshua Siegel (EcoRight Speaks podcast guest, season one, […]

February 26th

Ecoright Speaks podcast episode 7: Bob Perciasepe, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions

Welcome listeners and readers, to this week’s podcast. I enjoyed my conversation with clean energy and climate change expert Bob Perciasepe, currently heading up the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES). Bob comes to the conversation with forty years of environmental policy experience. Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN C2ES’s work on carbon pricing with the business community […]

February 23rd

Britain’s right-wing tabloids have turned to ‘green nationalism’ to sell climate action

Britain’s right-wing tabloids have historically not been champions of action on climate change and other environmental issues. In fact they have prominently opposed such action, regularly providing space for climate scepticism and running frontpage stories that challenged the existence of global warming and its relationship to human activity. By Pawas Bisht, Keele University The Conversation […]

February 22nd