Frequent Questions & Answers
See also: Climate Change Truth File
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Open public onshore and offshore lands to leasing, exploration, drilling, production, timber harvesting and mining – under rules that control bad and negligent behavior, ensure that jobs are done carefully and responsibly, and let private sector find best ways to create jobs, produce energy, etc. and generate revenue.
Fracking has unlocked centuries of oil and gas – via private investment and private technology on private lands. We cannot allow EPA and other agencies to block fracking on public lands or impose new, needless federal regulations for state and private lands, despite excellent state and local regulations and records.
Implement policies and support technologies that make sense: economic, environmental, and technological. If they can’t be defended on these grounds, government and taxpayers should not promote or fund them.
End subsidies and mandates. For 20 years, government mandates and subsidies for wind, solar and biofuels have cost billions – but br