Today on radio we talked about good public policy and what that looks like. This resolution is, in our opinion, good public policy, if approved, as it opens the door to common sense analytics around the causes and solutions to climate changes.
The resolution has been floated before, but this year things are very different
Called the “Republican Climate Resolution” by supporters, the statement by House members takes about 450 words to mention conservative thought on environmentalism, support for climate science, feared impacts, and a call for economically viable policy. They pledge in general terms to support study and mitigation measures, “using our tradition of American ingenuity, innovation, and exceptionalism.”