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RepublicEn.org with Former US Congressman Bob Inglis

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Working with interview material from July of this year (2022), Jessa and Emma delve into the world of conservative efforts towards sustainability.

In July of 2022, Linda Engle with the Portneuf Resource Council had the opportunity to speak with Bob Inglish, former US Congressman for South Carolina. He now works as the executive director of https://republicen.org/ , “Home of the EcoRight.” Emma and Jessa listened through this interview to gain insight into RepublicEn.org’s conservative efforts towards global climate protection. In this episode, Inglis talks through “rock solid conservative economics,” including a carbon tax on imports and exports that will incentivize the global community to trade cleaner and protect the environment. This is an exciting opportunity to look at sustainability efforts through a different lens. It also brings hope that America can come together to battle climate change.

For comments, topic suggestions, or more information, please reach out to Jessa at jessabriggs@isu.edu and Emma at thacemma@isu.edu.

Jessa is in her final year of her undergraduate career, pursuing three majors: English with Creative Writing, History, and Global Studies with an emphasis in French Language and Literature. She is a published author through ISU's Black Rock & Sage literary magazine and hopes to join the Sustainability Club at ISU. Her sustainability journey began with her year abroad when she interned for Letters to the Earth, an organization dedicated to environmental sustainability. She hopes to work for Amnesty International until she can write books in the mountains full time.
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EPISODES PRIOR TO JUNE 2021