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EcoRight climate news for the week of July 30

Who is watching the Olympics? I know that may seem like it has nothing to do with the EcoRight but we do like to celebrate the moments that bring us all together. Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN Speaking of the Olympics and fun sports… WEBINAR: Protect the Snow  🏂 While climate change may be contributing to one […]

July 30th

EcoRight Speaks podcast: Andrew Holland of the Fusion Industry Association

Season three is fresh off the virtual press. Today’s guest is our first repeat guest in almost 50 episodes. Andrew Holland, formerly of the American Security Project, whose wisdom on national security and climate change was featured early in the first season of the show is now  at the Fusion Industry Association. Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN With […]

July 28th

Ecoright climate news for the week of July 23

Hello and welcome to the end of the week, Saturday-eve as I like to call it. We have our swim team divisional championships tomorrow, so wish us luck! Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN This week’s must read: We’re conservatives and we’re fighting against climate change (USA Today). EcoRighters Rep. John Curtis and Heather Reams from Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions teamed up to […]

July 24th

EcoRight climate news for the week of July 9

TGIF… you made it! Sometimes these shorter weeks feel longer so I hope you enjoy your weekend as much as I expect to enjoy mine. But first… Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN This week’s must read: Conservatives deserve chance to show they’re sincere in fight against climate change (Houston Chronicle) “I’ve begged conservatives since I started writing […]

EcoRight climate news for the week of July 2

Welcome to Friday. If you’re reading this from the Pacific Northwest, we hope you and yours made it through that scary record-breaking heat dome. Wherever you are, I wish you a happy Independence Day weekend. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN This week’s must read: A step toward meaningful Republican action on climate change (Deseret News) Our Utah-based ACC […]

GOP Rep. John Curtis launches new Conservative Climate caucus

We knew it was coming and Wednesday was the day. Rep. John Curtis (UT-4) has officially launched his Conservative Climate Caucus, which already has more than two dozen other House Republican members. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN The members of the Conservative Climate Caucus understand that climate change is a global issue and that the federal government has […]

June 26th

EcoRight climate news for the week of June 26

Hello…. what a week! From Senator John Warner’s very moving funeral at the National Cathedral to Rep. John Curtis’s climate caucus launch, there was much on our minds. Buckle in! By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN This week’s must read: Young Republican voters support action on climate change (Bangor Daily News) From my home state comes this opinion piece in which Cody Porter, chair of the Maine […]

June 25th

Inglis: Refreshing to see large numbers joining House Conservative Climate Caucus led by U.S. Rep. John Curtis

Led by former Congressman Bob Inglis, joins the chorus of “EcoRight” voices congratulating Congressman John Curtis (R-UT) for formally launching the House Conservative Climate Caucus. By Price Atkinson RepublicEN/EcoRight News This new climate working group includes more than two dozen conservative lawmakers interested in learning more about climate change and free-enterprise solutions. “As Congressman Curtis has said […]

June 24th

Ecoright Speaks podcast: Catrina Rorke, Vice President for Policy at the Climate Leadership Council

For today’s one year anniversary of podcasting and the 20th episode of season two, we have a very special guest. Catrina Rorke is Vice President for Policy at the Climate Leadership Council. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN 🎉 Happy Birthday, EcoRight Speaks 🎉 In this role, she develops the details of the Baker Shultz Carbon Dividends Plan in consultation with four dozen Founding Members, including corporate leaders, […]

June 15th

Young conservatives hold climate rally in Florida

In Biscayne Park on Saturday, a group of young conservatives hosted a rally to signal their support for climate change action. Led by the American Conservation Coalition and Miami Young Republicans, the event was intended to show “conservatives are reclaiming our seat at the environmental table.” By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN “Millions of Americans have been misled to think […]

June 10th