Students for Carbon Dividends, a new student-led coalition that aims to promote free market climate solutions and bipartisan climate policy action is supporting a cap and dividend approach to addressing climate change. The coalition is launching nationwide with the support of 22 college Republican clubs, six Democratic clubs and five environmental clubs.
Proud to announce launch of Students for Carbon Dividends (#S4CD), a new student-led organization that aims to catapult free market climate solutions–specifically the Baker-Shultz carbon dividends plan–into the national spotlight and open the door to bipartisan climate action.
S4CarbonDividends (@SforCD) February 28, 2018
“We can’t continually deny that something is happening,” Dylan Jones, a senior at Kansas University who identifies as Republican, told Axios. “We can question what is causing it, why this is happening, how this is happening, but we need to come up with solutions.”
According to a recent poll conducted by Alliance for Market Solutions, 57 percent of millennial Republicans say the government should probably or definitely do something to address climate change. This is the face of the EcoRight.