September 29, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
With President Biden in office and Democrats controlling both chambers of Congress, virtually all of the attention around climate and energy policy has focused on what the Democrats want to pursue — and what they can accomplish with thin majorities and no Republican support. And, after a long period of fits and starts, Democrats recently passed the Inflation Reduction Act which takes a number of important energy and climate actions. But with the real possibility of Republicans taking control of one or both houses of Congress in November, and with discussions about the 2024 presidential race already beginning, it is important to ask: what exactly IS the Republicans’ energy and environmental policy, and what SHOULD it be?
The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a panel of former senior Republican Congressional and Administration officials who discussed their views.