With Ohio shaping up to once again be a battleground state for this year’s presidential election, contrasts on energy and climate policy could affect whether Democrats or Republicans win the state’s 18 votes in the Electoral College.
Catrina Rorke,the state program director at the conservative R Street Institute, discusses a free market approach to clean energy ahead of her visit to Minneapolis today.
Republican attorneys general from three Midwest states say an investigation into whether oil giant Exxon Mobil misled investors about the risks of climate change is a “grave mistake” and an effort to “police the global warming debate.”
North Dakota Rep. Kevin Cramer, who has emerged as one of Donald Trump’s key advisers, explains what he means by a “level playing field” for energy.
While the Republican platform leans heavily toward fossil fuels, a growing group of “eco-rights” are pushing for conservative policy solutions to climate change.
Organizers of an annual clean energy tour in Ohio this weekend are hoping to use the event to persuade state lawmakers of the sector’s economic importance.
Driven by Republican support, Michigan lawmakers advanced a pair of comprehensive energy bills Wednesday that seek to put more restrictions on the state’s electric choice program and limit clean energy standards.
A bill to extend the “freeze” of Ohio’s renewable energy and efficiency standards also contains provisions that would undermine solar growth in the state, advocates say.
Dr. Katharine Hayhoe spends a lot of time trying to convince fellow conservative Christians that climate change is real, human-influenced and a global crisis—and that it is their duty as members of the faith to act.
In the Midwest, young conservatives are finding common ground on clean energy with some old political hands.