A balanced approach, not endless litigation, gets better environmental results without gutting thousands of jobs.
Ken Summers, of Canton, Ga., is a fellow in state policy at the Centennial Institute and the former chairman of the Health and Environment Committee in the Colorado House of Representatives.
Opinion: At a moment like this, America should be expanding oil production, not cutting back
With market forces and geopolitical turmoil leading to soaring energy prices, it has become abundantly clear that America needs more energy and the ability to produce it domestically. Unfortunately, the policies of the current administration have left us in an untenable situation. The cost of natural gas and oil have increased 100% and 60% respectively […]
Opinion: For Colorado local governments, suing over climate change is not the answer
There’s an old saying that you should “dance with the one who brought you.” In Colorado, the oil and gas sector has been a major bright spot for jobs and economic growth, adding close to $13.5 billion to our state’s gross domestic product and providing important stability during the current coronavirus crisis. Around 90,000 Colorado families today […]