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This is a huge mistake! Our adversaries—China, Russia—only benefit when the U.S. burdens itself with policies that our competitors ignore. We cannot afford to shackle our economy when we are trying to rebuild from this pandemic-driven recession. - Bill Hagerty, on Twitter, regarding rejoining the Paris Climate Accord
The Biden Administration has shown an incredible penchant for putting hard-working Americans out of work during an unprecedented pandemic. Rejoining the Paris Agreement will kill another 400,000 jobs and lead our country away from energy independence. Whose team is he on? - Marsha Blackburn, on Twitter
It's other countries that need to step up and do their part in order to diminish the climate change from happening. - Diana Harshbarger, quoted by Herald Courier
No question we can do a better job taking care of the environment, but big government, one-size-fits-all proposals that threaten our economy are not the answer. - Tim Burchett, quoted by 10News
Climate change is an issue that needs to be addressed. ... The right way to tackle climate change policy is by continuing to remove barriers to innovation, incentivizing more clean energy, and putting forth realistic, free-market solutions driven by the American consumer – a proven approach that has already resulted in significant emissions reductions in the United States. , quoted by Conservative Coalition for Climate Solutions
This is why I support an all of the above strategy using renewable sources such as wind, solar, hydropower and geothermal energy. A comprehensive energy policy will foster energy independence, create jobs, provide affordable electricity and boost our economy. - Chuck Fleischmann, House website
First off, CO2 is increasing – you cannot deny that – so the question is, is it causing warming, or is aerial fertilization what's happening? I'm a scientist, I've got an MD, I've done bench-level research, so I know how to look at these studies and say, 'okay, that's biased,' [or] 'okay, that's not biased.' I'm not yet convinced that the science is proving that we're warming, but I am very convinced that we have aerial fertilization going on, and if we continue to cut trees in Brazil and other places, we’re going to hurt ourselves, and then we will have warming. - Mark Green, quoted by Spring Hill Home Page
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