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Fueling Freedom Project, an initiative by the Texas Public Policy Foundation, is working to:  Explain the forgotten moral case for fossil fuels – how civilization has been transformed and the human condition improved through the development of this energy resource; Build a multi-state coalition to push back against the EPA’s unconstitutional efforts to take over the electric power sector by regulating CO2 via the Clean Power Plan; End the regulation of CO2 as a pollutant.  We support state and national efforts to oppose the Clean Power Plan, pass legislation/resolutions, file law suits against EPA, and promote the passage of measures to protect states from EPA over reach.

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EXPOSING THE MAD WAR ON ENERGY

TopCoverby Stephen Moore and Kathleen Hartnett White

The past two centuries witnessed the most astonishing leap in human welfare in history. But now the leaders of the worlds most prosperous and advanced nations are determined to undo it.

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Due to a confluence of technology, existing infrastructure, workforce, rule of law and markets, America is on the verge of a massive manufacturing boom that will boost domestic energy demand

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Editor’s note: This column was co-authored by Chance Weldon. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals recently upheld the National Marine Fisheries Service’s (NMFS) decision to list the Pacific Bearded Seal

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Much has been said about what’s next for energy and climate policy under the new Trump Administration. Elections have consequences and, in this case, Americans just rejected the “keep it

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India’s Signature to Climate Change Treaty Fraught With Peril

On October 2, India became the 62nd country to ratify the Paris Climate Agreement, a compact that includes pledges from a majority of the 200 countries that met last December.

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TPPF’s General Counsel Rob Henneke discusses Murray Energy vs. EPA on American Family Radio News.

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The unexpected shale revolution in the Permian Basin keeps surprising observers and even many insiders. Who would have predicted a few years ago that “Texas Shale Oil Has Fought Saudi

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ENERGY FOR A RISING GENERATION

Columbus, OH

Energy for a Rising Generation, an initiative of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, hosts a panel for Millennials on affordable energy and government efforts to mandate CO2 cuts via regulatory edicts such as the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan. Join the discussion with experts Joe Nichols of the Buckeye Institute, Nicolas Loris of the Heritage Foundation, Megan Toombs of the Cornwall Alliance and Carli Dimino of the LIBRE Initiative with host Leigh Thompson, energy and the environment policy analyst at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. Your questions will be taken.

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ENERGY FOR A RISING GENERATION AT CPAC

Fort Washington, MD

Energy for a Rising Generation, an initiative of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, hosts a panel for Millennials on affordable energy and government efforts to mandate CO2 cuts via regulatory edicts such as the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan. Join the discussion with experts Dan Garza of LIBRE, Nicolas Loris of the Heritage Foundation, Megan Toombs of the Cornwall Alliance and Oren Cass of the Manhattan Institute with host Leigh Thompson, energy and the environment policy analyst at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

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In The News

President-elect Donald Trump will bring with him a starkly different policy vision on energy and the environment than his predecessor. In the spirit of “draining the swamp,” the Trump-Pence administration

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What issues matter the most to you this election? If you’re like most Americans, climate change either isn’t on the list or it comes in last. And that means Leonardo

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The EPA has “made tremendous progress over the past eight years” by integrating “environmental justice into every EPA program. And we strengthened our partnerships across the federal family,” EPA Administrator

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By Charles Battig — October 27, 2016 “Ronald Sass noted that ‘scientists should agree, not debate,’ a statement puzzling to me. He did agree that we do not yet have

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Hoping for a lower tax bill this year? Sorry, Congress rarely delivers relief for hard-working taxpayers. But lawmakers do deliver special treatment for special interests without fail. With Congress’ lame-duck

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