Politicians from both parties should stop playing games with climate change and listen to energy experts for realistic options and solutions, writes Scott Tinker, director of UT’s Bureau of Economic Geology, in a new op-ed published in The Hill. A one-size energy solution does not fit all situations, Tinker writes, adding that each nation must focus on solutions it can afford, given specific resources, political structure, economic reality and existing infrastructure. Read more.
It’s time to put aside partisan, political rhetoric and seek realistic solutions to the vexing challenges of climate change
April 29, 2019