“The pipeline analysis may include emissions from upstream production and downstream consumption even though there’s no reliable way to measure either one. You can bet that regulators beholden to climate activists will assert that every new pipeline will massively increase emissions even though more pipelines are needed to transport natural gas to back up unreliable renewables, especially as nuclear and coal plants shut down. It won’t matter if the piped gas is replacing dirtier coal or helping to keep the lights on.” – WSJ Editorial Board

In District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses two important updates: her spring 2022 speaking tour and why the Biden administration must abandon its preservationist environmentalist agenda to restore U.S. energy independence. 

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Spring 2022 Speaking Tour

WSJ: Biden’s Regulators Empower Putin

Executive Order on Protecting Public Health and the Environment and Restoring Science to Tackle the Climate Crisis – 1/2021

EIA: Fossil fuels account for the largest share of U.S. energy production and consumption

Bloomberg: Russia Captures No. 2 Rank Among Foreign Oil Suppliers to U.S.

DOI: Interior Department Report Finds Significant Shortcomings in Oil and Gas Leasing Programs

EP 231: Biden Administration Wages War on Oil & Gas and Celebrating the Monarch Butterfly’s Return


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  • Gabriella Hoffman

    Gabriella Hoffman is a Media Strategist and Award-Winning Outdoor Writer. She hosts the "District of Conservation" podcast and CFACT's original YouTube series "Conservation Nation." Learn more about her work at www.gabriellahoffman.com