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CRES Forum Event: How do conservatives plan to tackle climate change?

It has been a busy year for climate policy. At the start of 2020 the first batch of Republican climate bills were introduced in the House. We have seen growing support for energy innovation, energy infrastructure and clean energy jobs as critical to America’s economic recovery. Last month, we saw the introduction of the bipartisan bicameral Growing Climate Solutions Act. But, most recently, the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis released the Democratic Majority’s staff report, which drew criticism for a lack of bipartisanship.

Join CRES Forum for a discussion of immediate opportunities and actionable policies that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Date: Thursday, July 23, 2020

Time: Noon – 1.00 PM (EDT)

Follow the link here to join the event


Opening Remarks:

Dave Banks | Chief Strategist for the Minority, House Select Committee on Climate Change


Christopher Guith | Senior Vice President, US Chamber of Commerce Global Energy Institute

Devin Hartman | Director of Energy and Environmental Policy, R Street Institute

Mary Beth Tung | Director, Maryland Energy Administration

MODERATOR: Charles Hernick | Vice President of Policy and Advocacy, CRES Forum

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