Latest posts by H. Sterling Burnett (see all)
- Data Indicate There’s No Need to Panic About Rising Seas - July 15, 2019
- Trump’s Climate Modeling Reform Scorches His Critics - July 3, 2019
- Oregon Senate Republicans Fought The Law—And The Public, Not The Law, Won - June 28, 2019
Jay Lehr, The Heartland Institute’s science director is optimistic concerning the ability of the new Congress to prevent major new bad environmental and energy legislation from passing.
Lehr also believes, with new Republican majority in the Senate and a larger majority in the house, positive legislation, like the Keystone XL pipeline approval can get passed.
Listen for his assessment of prospects for environmental and energy progress in the lame duck session of Congress and in the coming years.