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Virtual Event | Rethinking Climate Change and Environmental Issues: A Conservative Approach

Virtual Event | Rethinking Climate Change and Environmental Issues: A Conservative Approach

Please be advised: This event will premiere LIVE on this page at 12:00 p.m. EDT, Friday, March 19.

Join Hudson Institute Research Fellow Nate Sibley, Representative John Curtis (R-UT), Alicia Kearns MP, and Greg McLean MP for a moderated discussion on conservative approaches to tackling climate change and protecting the environment.

President Biden’s decisions to rejoin the Paris Agreement and cancel the Keystone XL Pipeline sparked renewed debate about how best to combat climate change and promote environmental stewardship. While the left has historically dominated activism and political action around environmental issues, in recent years, conservatives in many countries have begun crafting innovative policies to protect the natural world, create green jobs, and promote energy security for future generations. Join our distinguished panel for this timely discussion.

Panelists

Representative John Curtis

U.S. Representative, Utah's 3rd District & Member, Energy and Commerce Committee: Subcommittee on Environment and Climate Change

Alicia Kearns MP

Member of the UK Parliament, Rutland and Melton & Member, Foreign Affairs Select Committee

Greg McLean MP

Member of the Parliament of Canada, Calgary Centre & Shadow Minister for Natural Resources

Moderator

Nate Sibley

Research Fellow, Hudson Institute

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