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Join one other Earth911 Conversation in regards to the crucial divides in U.S. politics and local weather coverage with Kevin Wilhelm of Sustainable Business Consulting and Danielle Butcher, chief working officer and government vice chairman of the young-conservative group, the American Conservation Coalition. We focus on the variations within the right- and left-leaning local weather coverage debate, the function of generational change in the way forward for U.S. local weather rules, and the potential for establishing a brand new middle for political discourse.
Host Mitch Ratcliffe talks with Wilhelm and Butcher in regards to the function of financial stimulus, instructional funding, and the federal authorities’s capacity to form financial priorities by means of incentives and carbon pricing. Hear how there are literally mutually agreeable positions rising within the local weather debate.
Kevin Wilhelm is the creator of How to Talk to the “Other Side”: Common Ground in the Time of Coronavirus, Recession, and Climate Change and an adjunct professor at Harvard University. Danielle Butcher is a pacesetter of the American Conservation Coalition, a nonprofit “devoted to mobilizing younger individuals round environmental motion by means of common sense, market-based, and limited-government beliefs” primarily based on localism, capitalist concepts, and innovation.
This is the third in our Conversation collection that includes Wilhelm, Ratcliffe, and company from throughout the political, urban-rural, generational, and social justice spectrum.
This podcast was initially revealed on January 25, 2021.