Tag: environment 

September 16, 2020
CEO Hunt Talks Bi-Partisan Support for Environmental Justice Policy with Bloomberg Law

Excerpt from Virginia Seeks Agencies’ 'Lasting’ Environmental Justice Policy
Published on September 15, 2020 in Bloomberg Law

‘This Is About Framing’

Sarah Hunt, who backs conservative energy and climate solutions as CEO of the Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy, said Republicans across many states could support at least some policies—typically those that provide disadvantaged communities more participation in policy decisions or more transparency about how their communities are being impacted by pollution.·

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July 14, 2020
Bloomberg Law Writes Climate Criminal Prosecution with CEO Hunt

As Published on July 14, 2020 in Bloomberg Law

‘Climate Crimes’ Unit Questioned

Sarah Hunt, CEO of the nonprofit Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy, questioned the criminal prosecutions component of the Biden plan.·

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September 25, 2019
Sarah Hunt Addresses the Question: Is Climate Bipartisanship Possible?

Environmental policy experts gathered this week in Middleburg, Virginia, for a conversation hosted by The Breakthrough Institute titled Ecomodernism 2019: Environmental Policy After Neoliberalism

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August 16, 2019
Registration Open Now for Colloquium on Environmental Policy

We are excited to help our friends at American Conservation Coalition Campus (ACC) launch their inaugural policy colloquium, along with the Property and Environment Research Center (PERC), later this month in Washington, DC.·

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August 12, 2019
The New York Times Profiles Sarah Hunt as a Leading Conservative Climate Advocate

Sarah Hunt, CEO and co-founder of the Rainey Center, was profiled in The New York Times’ Climate Fwd: newsletter recently as a prominent figure in the trend of young conservatives and Republicans becoming more environmentally conscious.·

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August 5, 2019
Robert Dillon Says Both Sides of the Aisle Need to Build on “Common Values” to Combat Climate Change

Robert Dillon, associate fellow for energy security for the Rainey Center, was recently interviewed by National Review about a recent push by some conservative lawmakers to consider a carbon tax.·

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June 27, 2019
Streaming Music Better for the Environment? Think Again.

The recording industry has undergone a massive transformation into the digital age of music distribution. In 2008, revenue from music streaming made up just 4% of the American music industry.·

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