Webinars

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.

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Film Screening + Live Q&A: Other Side of the Hill

September 2021

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.

Protect the Snow: Winter Athletes Talk About Climate Change

August 2021

Josh Jespersen and Mario Molina on how climate change is impacting outdoor athletes and the winter sports industry.

Unleashing the Texas Energy Renaissance

April 2021

Shannon Caraway on the future of Texas energy and how the state can come out ahead as the nation acts on climate.

Is “Budget Reconciliation” a Path to Climate Action?

February 2021

Alex Flint and Joseph Majkut on what budget reconciliation is and how the new Congress might try to use it to pass climate legislation.

What about Creation Care?

September 2020

Dr. Lindsay Linsky and Pastor Milo Wilson on creation care and why environmental stewardship is an important part of being a Christian.

Climate Chat with Jeff Bridges

May 2020

Jeff Bridges on his documentary Living in the Future’s Past and how we must come together to address climate change.

Living with Wildfire in the Era of Climate Change

February 2020

Dr. Crystal Kolden on what communities are doing in the face of increasing wildfires.

Can Floridians Unite America to Lead on Climate?

September 2019

Carlos Curbelo on Florida’s role in exporting a spirit of bipartisanship for solving climate change.

Climate, Faith, and Texas

May 2019

Dr. Katharine Hayhoe on how her faith drives her passion for science and how climate change is impacting her home state.

The Carbon Tax Bill: 10 Years Later

March 2019

Bob Inglis on how the political landscape has changed since he introduced a carbon tax bill as a congressman in 2009.

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