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The EcoRight Speaks is your home for conservative and weekly climate news, interviews, points of view, climate heroes, jesters and so much more.

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The EcoRight Speaks is your home for conservative and weekly climate news, interviews, points of view, climate heroes, jesters and so much more.

Brought to you by republicEn.org, we share the stories of people leading in their local communities and around the country!

www.republicEn.org

Music: www.bensound.com

    Clip: Linenschmidt on finding commonality among people is important when addressing climate change 9 22 21

    Clip: Linenschmidt on finding commonality among people is important when addressing climate change 9 22 21

    From this week's episode, like his hero Katharine Hayhoe, Larry Linenschmidt says finding commonality among people is important when talking about addressing climate change.

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    Clip: Linenschmidt explains how as a Christian his views shifted on climate change 9 22 21

    Clip: Linenschmidt explains how as a Christian his views shifted on climate change 9 22 21

    Larry Linenschmidt explains how as a Christian his views shifted on climate change.

    Hear the full conversation on "EcoRight Speaks!" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google, etc.!!

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    Clip: Larry Linenschmidt on his Hill Country Institute 9 22 21

    Clip: Larry Linenschmidt on his Hill Country Institute 9 22 21

    From this week's episode, Larry Linenschmidt shares more about the Hill Country Institute that he founded to engage Christians about faith and culture issues.

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    • 28 min
    Full Ep: Larry Linenschmidt- Hill Country Institute 9 21 21

    Full Ep: Larry Linenschmidt- Hill Country Institute 9 21 21

    This week host Chelsea Henderson and our executive director Bob Inglis welcome republicEn spokesperson Larry Linenschmidt to the podcast!

    Larry launched the Texas-based Hill Country Institute, a resource for Christians considering the intersection of faith and culture, a few years ago. He talks about climate change, how he became engaged and why he's become so passionate about the issue!

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    • 36 min
    Clip: Huey on importance of Congressman John Curtis' House Conservative Climate Caucus 9 15 21

    Clip: Huey on importance of Congressman John Curtis' House Conservative Climate Caucus 9 15 21

    Terratect founder Nick Huey on the importance and progress of Congressman John Curtis' House Conservative Climate Caucus

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    Clip: Huey on his "air freshener campaign" 9 15 21

    Clip: Huey on his "air freshener campaign" 9 15 21

    Nick Huey talks about his "air freshener campaign" that would resonate in Utah because they value clean air so much.

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Dragonfire 559 ,

Nuclear power technologies seem absent from Ecoright Speaks

A question for Bob Inglis and the Ecoright Speaks team:

Why is there no discussion of nuclear energy - including advanced nuclear technologies and medium and small nuclear reactors - on the podcast?

Nuclear energy is a zero-carbon technology that has far less impact on the earth than “clean” “renewable” energy resources such as solar, wind, and biomass. In fact, there is no possibility that solar and wind and biomass can provide the energy that the United States or the world needs now or in the future, even if there were advancements in battery storage and carbon capture technologies.

Republicans who care about solving the climate challenge should be embracing nuclear energy technologies.

The Ecoright Speaks could do a major good deed by discussing nuclear technologies on the podcast, countering the demonization of nuclear power by every major environmental group in the US.

Good sources of information on nuclear’s ability to be a huge part of the solution to the climate challenge are The Climate Gamble, by Partanen and Korhonen, and Sustainable Energy - without the Hot Air, by David McKay; within just the first 20 pages or so these books present facts and ask questions that undermine arguments that renewables can and will provide humanity with the energy resources needed, and explain why nuclear energy is fully able to do so.

Thank you,

Jacqueline Miller
Riverside, Illinois

PS. I’ve been a listener for about a year. I do see that your website mentions that Ecoright Speaks supports nuclear energy, but I see no discussion of the subject on your website and have heard none on the podcast during that time.

RobinP2K1 ,

Solve CBAM: add a carbon tax!

I’ve heard some US senators are speaking out against the EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism. What can we do to convince Senators to instead be FOR a price on carbon which protects US businesses from the CBAM and will create US jobs?

Ahtanum Sponge ,

Republican sponsors on carbon fee bills?

Further to the question of why no Republicans have co-sponsored “CCL’s” carbon fee & dividend bill: Are there other carbon fee bills that Republicans are instead sponsoring? In particular, I’m wondering if there has been an industry-supported carbon fee bill that included a clause limiting the financial liability of fossil fuel companies for their role in causing carbon pollution and/or funding the denial campaign. What’s the story on that? —From a former Beaufort, SC resident.

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