Harvard Law School RethinksPromoting Eco-Terrorism

Harvard Law School RethinksPromoting Eco-Terrorism

This week, Harvard Law School was scheduled to screen the film, ‘How to Blow Up a Pipeline,’ alongside director and Harvard graduate, Daniel Goldhaber and Professor Jon Hanson. The movie is a screen adaption of Eco-Marxist Andreas Malm’s book. Both the film and book argue “divestment and marches” are not enough, and protestors must “learn to…

Gain To Host Webinar on Biden’s LNG Export Permit Ban

Gain To Host Webinar on Biden’s LNG Export Permit Ban

Biden’s Worst Energy Policy Yet: Consequences of Blocking U.S. LNG ExportMay 1, 2024    |    3:00 p.m. EST REGISTER HERE As the global demand for affordable and reliable energy continues to rise, President Biden’s decision to block permits for U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) export projects is being met with scrutiny and concern across…

EPA Rule Will Force Electric Vehicles on American Consumers

EPA Rule Will Force Electric Vehicles on American Consumers

Today, the Biden administration’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) enacted the strictest-ever tailpipe emissions rules, which would effectively require around 40% of new car sales to be electric by 2030 and 67% by 2032. This proposal has received significant pushback from auto manufacturers due to stalled demand for electric vehicles (EVs). Below is a statement that…

Burdensome Disclosure Rule is the Wrong Approach

Burdensome Disclosure Rule is the Wrong Approach

Today, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) finalized a new climate disclosure rule that will require public companies to provide the federal government with extensive reports on greenhouse gas emissions and natural disaster-related expenditures. This onerous rule will likely face extensive challenges in the courts and in Congress.  Below is a statement that can be attributed to…

California’s Energy Policy Drives Up Utility Bills

California’s Energy Policy Drives Up Utility Bills

Politico reports that Californians are displeased with their lawmakers as utility bills have skyrocketed to as much as 127 percent over the last decade due to the implementation of some of the most stringent energy policies in the nation. Now, other Democratic-led states who are pushing similar policies are reportedly questioning how to navigate the…

Congress Takes Action to Stop Biden’s LNG Ban 

Congress Takes Action to Stop Biden’s LNG Ban 

Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Unlocking Our Domestic LNG Potential Act of 2024, which would block President Biden’s power to stall permitting for liquified natural gas (LNG) export projects. The bill, which received votes from both sides of the aisle, follows significant backlash from energy and national security experts. Below is a…

Companies Exit UN Climate Alliance

Companies Exit UN Climate Alliance

Today, Fox News reported that JPMorgan Chase, BlackRock, and State Street Global Advisors have exited the Climate Action 100+ investor group. Below is a statement that can be attributed to me, Craig Stevens, spokesman for the GAIN Coalition and former senior advisor to U.S. Energy Secretary Sam Bodman: “This development is a win for American…

EPA Rule Could Put Millions of Americans Out of Work

EPA Rule Could Put Millions of Americans Out of Work

Today, President Biden’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a final rule that intensifies standards for emissions of fine particulate matter known as PM2.5 – lowering the annual PM2.5 standard from 12 µg/m3 to 9 µg/m3. Industry experts have explained that the new rule could shut down manufacturing and energy development projects across the country and…

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