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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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ESG Comes for Permitting Reform

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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EIA: Wind Generation Decrease Due to Slower Wind Speeds

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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Report: Electricity Prices Soared 29.4% Since President Biden Took Office

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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The Biden administration’s biased electric vehicle agenda

Donna Jackson | Op-Ed
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SEC Pauses Finalized Climate Disclosure Rule

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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BlackRock Isn’t Breaking Up With ESG Quite Yet

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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Financial Asset Managers Reassess Membership in ESG Investor Coalition

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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EPA Draft Scientific Integrity Policy Puts DEI Ahead of Science

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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The Biden administration’s aggressive net-zero agenda jeopardizes our quality of life

Makenna McCoy | Op-Ed
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Despite net-zero push, oil and gas have staying power

Sarah Montalbano | Op-Ed
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I’m a Tesla shareholder, but after renting an EV, I know the market isn’t ready for prime time

Carrie Sheffield | Op-Ed
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NYC Villanizes Tide Pods in Effort to Combat Microplastics Pollution

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog

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