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Some woke corporate leaders are abusing their role at the top of the financial food chain to force adherence to extreme environmental policies like net zero and an overreliance on unreliable energy technologies. Under the rubric of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing, this extreme policy stands to undermine environmental progress while putting great American companies out of business. Environmentalism should be defined by advancing policies that tangibly improve the air, water, and lands, not allegiance to woke ideology from the Left.
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Electric Vehicle Sales Growing Slower Than Expected

Sarah Montalbano | Blog
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Congress Subpoenas BlackRock and State Street Over Antitrust, ESG

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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ESG’s Luster Continues to Fade

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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The Next ESG Frontier: Natural Asset Companies

Gabriella Hoffman | Op-Ed
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Carbon Offsetting Will Doom the ESG Movement

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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Americans Don’t Want Businesses Wading Into Current Events Like ESG

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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Two Truths and a Lie: National Energy Appreciation Day

Mandy Gunasekara | Two Truths and a Lie
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BLM’s 21st Century Recreation Plan Muddled by ESG Principles

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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OMB Recommends Adding “Ecosystem Services” to Cost-Benefit Analysis for Regs, Gov’t Spending

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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Companies with High ESG Scores Don’t Pollute Less Than Counterparts

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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Bud Light Could Take a Page from Porsche

Patrice Onwuka | Blog
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How Boycotting Woke Corporate Restored My Dignity

Lyndsey Fifield | Blog

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