We know the climate is changing and that global industrial activity has played a role in this phenomenon. Our task is to adapt and develop next-generation technologies to understand it, address it, and mitigate it without drastically raising prices and harming our economy. We also need to know more about the real-world, Main St. effects of a changing climate so we can mitigate storm damage, grow our economy, and provide certainty for businesses that depend on accurate forecasts.
More on Climate Change
|5/10/21||Bice Leads Environment Subcommittee Letter Requesting Info on Aggressive Paris Agreement Pledge|
|3/23/21||Lucas Introduces Bill to Double Investment in Basic Research and Secure American Leadership in Science and Technology|
|3/12/21||Ranking Member Lucas Opening Statement at Full Committee Hearing on the Climate Crisis|
|1/21/21||Lucas: Rejoining Paris Agreement isn’t the Solution to Climate Change|
|12/20/20||First Energy Policy Overhaul in More than a Decade Passes in Omnibus|