Inglis op-ed: A Republican politician’s advice for President Obama on energy and climate (Thomson Reuters)
31st January 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Opinion
Former Congressman Bob Inglis gives his suggestions to President Obama on how to deal with the problems of global warming and energy.
President Obama anchored his inaugural address with a commitment to tackle global warming. The lingering question is whether
Electric utility executives join Inglis backing free enterprise solutions on energy, climate
30th January 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Press Releases
EVANSTON, Ill. (January 30, 2013)– Exelon Corporation’s former Chairman/CEO John Rowe and current Senior Vice President Joseph Dominguez echoed the Energy and Enterprise Initiative’s call free-enterprise energy policy last night at the Kellogg School of Management’s “Wholesale Electricity Markets…
WBEZ: Do conservatives have the answer to climate change?
30th January 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News
Unfazed by tea party scorn, a conservative doubles down on calls for a price on carbon
By Chris Bentley (@cementley)
January 30, 2013, WBEZ 91.5 Chicago
To hear former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis tell it, the Right Wing aversion to climate …
Northwestern’s Energy Club; Kellogg School energy panel, John Rowe keynote
29th January 2013 | Categories: Events, Photos
E&EI’s Bob Inglis traveled to Northwestern University on January 29 2013 where he spoke to the Kellogg School of Management’s Energy Club and participated on an energy panel.
Bob spoke to a large gathering of the Kellogg Energy Club over …
Daily Caller: Former GOP Rep. Bob Inglis pushes market-based climate-change ideas
28th January 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News
Monday, January 28, 2013
By Paul Conner
Associate Editor, The Daily Caller
WASHINGTON — A former congressman says he has the solution to the world’s carbon emissions problem. And he’s a Republican.
With climate change back on lawmakers’ radar after …
Kansas City Star editorial recognizes revenue-neutral carbon tax possibilities
26th January 2013 | Categories: News, Opinion
A recent editorial (Saturday, January 26) by The Kansas City Star recognized the possibilities and political realities that any proposed carbon tax must be revenue neutral in order to garner any possible support by conservatives.
And of course, we here …
UK AgNews: Forum to examine climate change through another lens
25th January 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News
January 25, 2013
By Carol L. Spence
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Recognizing that solving the problem of climate change will require expertise from all facets of the ideological spectrum, the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture will host a …
Audio: Bob Inglis with morning show host Lee Rayburn on Ithaca’s WHCU 870 AM
23rd January 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News
Energy and Enterprise Initiative Executive Director Bob Inglis stopped by WHCU 870 AM in Ithaca, N.Y., last week to talk with morning show host Lee Rayburn about E&EI and a free-market approach to tackling energy and climate change.
After Bob …
Audio: “How Can the Free Market Fight Climate Change” with Alex Bozmoski (Part I & II)
23rd January 2013 | Categories: External Links, Featured Articles, In the News, News
Energy and Environment Initiative’s Director of Strategy and Operations Alex Bozmoski recently sat down with Tom Bowman from The Climate Report to talk about “How Can the Free Market Fight Climate Change?”
Bozmoski talks about conservative policy options, primarily a …
Energy & Enterprise Initiative Prepared for Tax Reform Debate in 2013
8th January 2013 | Categories: External Links, Featured Articles, News, Press Releases
Adds communications director to team
FAIRFAX, Va. –Energy and Enterprise Initiative Executive Director Bob Inglis said America is awaiting real tax reform and the Energy & Enterprise Initiative has a way to broaden the tax base and bring down the …