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EcoRight Speaks climate podcast: ecologist, reclamation expert Mike Curran

This week’s guest on the EcoRight Speaks climate podcast is ecologist Dr. Michael Curran, who owns and operates Abnova Ecological Solutions. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN A Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner (CERP) and Certified Wildlife Biologist (CWB), Dr. Curran received both the top M.S. and top Ph.D. Student Award in the country by the American […]

April 9th

EcoRight climate news for the week of March 27

Hello, friends! About the time you’re getting this, I’m likely about to go to sleep in my hotel in Jordan, where I will spend the next week riding a bike (a real one!) through the countryside seeing some majestic places like Petra and Wadi Rum. Because I’m on this trip of a lifetime, there will […]

March 27th

EcoRight climate news for the week of March 22

TGIF! Cherry blossoms are peaking, the NCAA tournament is in full swing, and spring is here. As are my allergies. Is it December yet? By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN This week’s must read:  Conservatives Should Own the Climate Issue (Newsweek) From Drew Bond, President and CEO, Conservative Coalition for Climate Solutions comes this op-ed, in which he writes— “The […]

March 22nd

EcoRight Speaks Podcast Tom McCrudden, owner/operator of Great Florida Shellfish Company

Welcome back for another episode of the EcoRight Speaks! Today’s guest comes to us highly recommended from one of our favorite past guests. Tom McCrudden is the owner/operator of the Great Florida Shellfish Company, one of the longest operating shellfish hatchery in Florida. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN He has farmed/harvested full size clams and operated wholesale/wet […]

March 19th

EcoRight Speaks podcast – Former FERC chair Neil Chatterjee

This week’s EcoRight Speaks podcast guest is a long-time energy policy expert. Currently a senior advisor for Hogan Lovells, Neil Chatterjee is a former Commissioner and Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and has deep ties in Washington and across the industry, with extensive experience across the energy landscape both domestically and internationally. He is respected […]

January 4th

EcoRight Climate News Year in Review

If you know us, you know we love a look-back, so here is a glimpse of our collective highlights on the year. Some of them were self-driven accomplishments. Some occurred externally (and we applauded from the sidelines). All contributed to progress both building our EcoRight community and advancing free market solutions to climate change. Thank […]

December 24th

EcoRight Speaks podcast – Climate marketing executive John Marshall talks climate messaging

What messages work and what messages don’t? That’s the topic of discussion today with Potential Energy Coalition founder and long-time marketing expert John Marshall, who started applying his marketing skills to climate messaging after his son asked him to sell climate solutions! By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN He’s tested what works for conservatives so take a listen, […]

September 26th

EcoRight Speaks podcast – Energy and sustainability expert George Buchanan of 2KB Energy Services

Welcome back, this week’s guest is George Buchanan, the founder and CEO of 2KB Energy Services, a company aiming to eliminate all forms of waste, while fostering environmental and social stewardship and creating professional and educational development opportunities. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN George is a project executive and subject-matter expert in energy and environmental solutions […]

September 13th

EcoRight Speaks Podcast: Recapping the GOP debate with Alex Bozmoski from DEPLOY/US

Joining us this week for the EcoRight Speaks Podcast: OG EcoRighter Alex Bozmoski from DEPLOY/US. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN Alex, a Wisconsin native and Milwaukee resident, was in person at the first GOP presidential debate, so he gives us all the hot takes on the event, including the refreshing crowd reaction when one candidate called […]

September 6th

EcoRight Speaks podcast: The new CEO of American Conservation Coalition, Danielle Butcher Franz

First, Congratuations are in order! Danielle Butcher Franz is the new CEO of the American Conservation Coalition, where she has played an instrumental role in the organization’s founding, vision, and strategy. As a pivotal member of the team since its inception, Danielle has dedicated her career to building bridges between traditional conservative values and environmental advocacy. By […]

August 8th

EcoRight climate activist Bob Inglis on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal

Last month, RepublicEN’s executive director Bob Inglis appeared on the C-SPAN show, Washington Journal in an episode dedicated to the issue of climate change. By Chelsea Henderson EcoRight News/ RepublicEN “Experience is an effective teacher,” Bob said about the recent global heat records being broken and the accompanying extreme weather, such as ocean water temps near 100 degrees […]

August 7th