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The EcoRight News represents a one-stop shop for the most recent and compelling conservative climate news from senior lawmakers, thought leaders and the rising voices in the EcoRight. Federal, state and local issues and events are covered, and we feature commentary from EcoRight allies.

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NASA chief stands by IPCC report

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said he has "no reason to dismiss" the most recent International Panel on Climate Change report. "NASA is one agency on the planet that does more to inform th...

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | October 22, 2018


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Climate Week En Review, October 19, 2018

Happy Friday! My cat just looked me in the eye and pushed a full glass of water to the floor, but the Red Sox are going to the World Series, so there is balance in my life. On to the real news... This week's must read

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | October 19, 2018


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California mayor: climate change "political hot potato"

"As a proud Republican, I believe that taking a strong, decisive approach to tackling climate change is consistent with my conservative background. Preserving what we have so that we can pass it on to our children and grandchildren is a conc...

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | October 18, 2018


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Florida congressmen cite urgency

Delegation mates Rep. Carlos Curbelo and Rep. Francis Rooney

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | October 17, 2018


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Two jesters in the climate deck

Starting the week off with a bang. President Donald Trump, appearing on 60 Minutes on Sunday and addressing the IPCC's dire climate change report, acknowledged "something's changing" but expressed confidence "it'll cha...

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | October 15, 2018


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Flake calls IPCC report "pretty dire"

Appearing on the ABC Sunday show

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | October 15, 2018


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Climate Week En Review, October 12, 2018

Our thoughts are with all those who bore the ire of Hurricane Michael. This week, as the monster storm walloped the Florida panhandle and the Carolinas, three big announcements raised the climate action urgency level to code red and highligh...

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | October 12, 2018


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Three Thursday Things

As Hurricane Michael heads toward the Carolinas after walloping the Florida panhandle, three big announcements raise the urgency level to code red for the need for climate action and highlight that a carbon tax can be an essential part of th...

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | October 11, 2018