Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, who was never able to capitalize on early momentum she garnered after the second Republican debate, announced on Wednesday that she is suspending her presidential campaign.
Here is a snapshot of her climate change positioning:
Fiorina frequently invoked the sentiment that innovation, not regulation, is the key to solving climate change. But she also cautioned that people should “read the fine print” on required action to mitigate the problem and said “the likelihood is near zero” that a global effort on the scale necessary to combat climate change would happen.
“A single nation acting alone can make no difference at all,” Fiorina often said, and more frequently, she lambasted President Obama for calling climate change an issue of national security.
In January, our Iowa climate crusader Kelsi Wolever got the chance to speak to Fiorina, where the former tech executive said free enterprise can solve climate change.