Just a few years ago, Republicans who wanted to act on climate and clean energy weren’t that hard to find, as the scientific and economic case for action on these fronts is certainly compatible with key Republican tenets like fiscal responsibility and letting markets do the heavy lifting. To make the case for Republican positions we are happy to hear from Claudine Schneider.
Claudine Schneider was the first woman elected from Rhode Island to the U.S. House of Representatives. She served five terms in Congress, earning a reputation as a strong environmental advocate. She continues this work on the board of several non-profits and as a consultant, based in Boulder.
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Coming up: Th, Oct. 25: Robert Williams, Princeton U: Climate and Energy