More on Climate Change
Thank you, Chairwoman Johnson. As we start the second session of this 116th Congress, I want to thank you for your leadership. Like many of the hearings we held last year, today’s hearing is an opportunity for a constructive dialogue on the issue of climate change.
Almost one year ago we held the Science Committee’s first hearing of the Congress titled, “The State of Climate Science and Why It Matters.” We heard testimony from a similar panel of IPCC authors and scientists.
To establish and support advanced geothermal research and development programs at the Department of Energy
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To require the Secretary of Energy to establish a program for the research, development, and demonstration of commercially viable technologies for the capture of carbon dioxide produced during the generation of natural gas-generated power.
While today’s hearing will examine the underlying science of this issue and concerns about climate change, I’d like for us to also focus on the agricultural, economic, and geopolitical consequences we can expect from glacial and sea ice melt and—more importantly—how we can address those.
Thank you, Chairman Lamb.
My amendment addresses a topic we are all familiar with that remains relevant to the bill proposed today. H. Res. 109, or the Green New Deal resolution, proposes federal action that would be significantly damaging to the U.S. economy.
My amendment spells out my concerns on the impact these policies would have on my constituents in Texas and the nation if they were to be enacted.
WASHINGTON, DC – House Republican Committee Leaders today sent a letter to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) urging her to direct the Democratic Chairmen of the committees of jurisdiction to schedule hearings on the Green New Deal.