Bringing the EcoRight together online.
republicEn’s EcoRight Webinar Series is a chance for the republicEn community to gather online to hear from prominent speakers and learn about EcoRight climate news, policy developments, and conservative approaches to solving climate change.
republicEn’s executive director and former Congressman Bob Inglis gives us an optimistic look into the realities, demographics, and policy on climate change in the upcoming year. Featuring a live Q&A session from our guests.
In this highly interactive session, Andrew Jones shows us how to use the En-ROADS global climate simulator, built by Climate Interactive and MIT, to test a wide range of climate solutions, such as electrifying transport, pricing carbon, and improving agricultural practices.
Idaho National Laboratory’s Shannon Bragg-Sitton (who stars in the film Nuclear Now) talks about today’s nuclear power, how it’s different from the nuclear of the past, and what we have to look forward to in the future. Film clips included!
Todd’s book Time to Think Small: How Nimble Environmental Technologies Can Solve the Planet’s Biggest Problems, released in 2022, outlines how people across the globe are using technology to protect threatened species, reduce CO2 emissions, and stop plastic waste from reaching the ocean.
How do we move forward on climate as a united nation when we’re divided about basically everything? Podcasters Sarah Stewart Holland & Beth Silvers of Pantsuit Politics share insight in this lively and sometimes raw look at today’s social climate change psyche.
The republicEn team prepared a fun-filled webinar to address an un-fun but important subject: talking about climate change with friends and family.
Professional agronomist Dale Strickler discusses soil regeneration, the science behind soil carbon sequestration, and the pitfalls of American government farm policy.
Leveling the Playing Field: How a U.S. Carbon Border Adjustment Can Reduce Pollution Around the World
Catrina Rorke discusses what the CBA mechanism is and how it incentivizes other countries to follow America’s low-carbon lead.
Jim Walls and Nick Johnson from the film Other Side of the Hill on how rural communities can create solutions that benefit both people and the climate.
Alex Flint and Joseph Majkut on what budget reconciliation is and how the new Congress might try to use it to pass climate legislation.