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The Utterly Moderate podcast: Conservative Approaches to Tackling Climate Change (w/ Bob Inglis)

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On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast, host Lawrence Eppard is joined by former Republican South Carolina Congressman and current executive director of RepublicEN.org Bob Inglis.

On their website, RepublicEN asserts that, “We are the EcoRight. . . We stand together because we believe in the power of American free enterprise and innovation to solve climate change. Together, we encourage, embolden, and applaud conservative climate leadership. . . The age of conservative climate disputation is over.” Check them out at RepublicEN.org!

Eppard talks to Inglis about his intellectual journey on climate change, the work that they do at RepublicEN, how conservative principles can help solve the problem of climate change, as well as the future of the GOP.

Then in segment two Eppard discusses a variety of news items, including:

The Utterly Moderate Podcast is hosted by Dr. Lawrence Eppard, a researcheruniversity professor, and director of the Connors Forum for a Healthy Democracy. Each week guests join him to discuss important topics by focusing on empirical evidence.
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