January 2019, Vol. 246, No. 1


Future Policy Implications and Response to ‘Big Green’ Advocacy

COMMENTARY   By David Holt, Managing Partner, HBW Resources  Despite the critical importance of energy to every American family and business, the debate surrounding America’s abundant natural resources has become increasingly polarized over the past decade. Protests and shouting matches have replaced the pursuit of balanced, non-partisan policy solutions. Anti-energy groups including heavily funded Big Green organizations have increasingly used intimidation tactics and teaming up with fringe social justice movements to impose an anti-fossil energy agenda upon policymakers. These organizations often pose as local community activists proffering less-than-factual emotional arguments to garn

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