Category: Environmental Justice

In With Youngkin, Out With the RGGI

In With Youngkin, Out With the RGGI

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Soon after Glenn Youngkin is inaugurated as governor of Virginia, he is expected to take executive action to save both businesses and families money every month on their electric bills. In a speech to the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce, ...
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High Energy Costs By Design

High Energy Costs By Design

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As temperatures drop and inflation continues to plague American consumers, Project 21 member Derrick Hollie warns that “higher energy prices are a feature, not a bug” in the Biden Administration’s economic agenda. Not that the White House wants to admit ...
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EPA’s Environmental Justice Policy “Fundamentally Flawed”

EPA’s Environmental Justice Policy “Fundamentally Flawed”

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The Environmental Protection Agency’s new strategic plan is “fundamentally flawed,” writes Project 21 member Derrick Hollie in a Washington Times commentary, Project 21 has submitted a public comment opposing the EPA’s attempt to instill “environmental justice” into government policymaking in the ...
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EPA’s ‘Environmental Justice’ Plan Fails to Address Black Community Needs, by Derrick Hollie

EPA’s ‘Environmental Justice’ Plan Fails to Address Black Community Needs, by Derrick Hollie

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Instead of Protecting Minorities From Eco-Hazards, Environmental Justice Disenfranchises Them Fundamentally flawed. That’s the only way to describe the Environmental Protection Agency’s new strategic plan. Administrator Michael S. Regan wants to put the EPA “at the center” of the Biden Administration’s ...
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Regressive Energy Taxes Hit Poor and Lower-Income Families, Create More Inflation, by Derrick Hollie

Regressive Energy Taxes Hit Poor and Lower-Income Families, Create More Inflation, by Derrick Hollie

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It’s hard to believe that the U.S. economy doesn’t have enough money, when the simplest definition of inflation – now at a 30-year high – is too much money chasing too few goods. President Biden has convinced himself that the way ...
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Fate of Another Pipeline in Biden Administration’s Hands

Fate of Another Pipeline in Biden Administration’s Hands

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While there’s been a lot of press about the potential shutdown of a pipeline delivering fossil fuels to the Great Lakes region, another pipeline serving Missouri is also at risk. And the Biden Administration has the power to shut this ...
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Biden Environmental Justice Agenda Has “Strong Ties” to Critical Race Theory, Say Black Activists

Biden Environmental Justice Agenda Has “Strong Ties” to Critical Race Theory, Say Black Activists

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Washington, D.C. - The Project 21 black leadership network blasted the Biden Administration’s “fundamentally flawed” proposal to realign the mission of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) toward the political goal of “advanc[ing] environmental justice and equity.” In a public ...
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Black Activists Oppose Shutdown of Line 5 Pipeline

Black Activists Oppose Shutdown of Line 5 Pipeline

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Biden Betrays “Environmental Justice” Claims By Risking Energy Poverty Washington, D.C. - Amidst soaring energy prices and predictions of a cold winter ahead, members of the Project 21 black leadership network condemned the Biden Administration for considering the shutdown of ...
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Biden’s “Social Cost” Climate Analysis Flawed

Biden’s “Social Cost” Climate Analysis Flawed

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Black Activist Advocates Instead for Analysis of Regulatory Impact on Minorities Washington, D.C. - Noting that “[i]f the predictions of the environmental ‘experts’ and their models over the course of my life were true, I’d already be dead,” Derrick Hollie ...
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