Carbon, Climate & Costs

The Texas Public Policy Foundation, in conjunction with the Penn State Mining Society Group and Society of Petroleum Engineers, hosted a panel discussion on climate change, and how recent policy enactments will affect our environment and the energy fields they intend to regulate.

The panel was composed of leaders and experts in the field of energy, the environment, and the economy from Penn State and around the country. as well as professional experts and writers who deal with the theoretical part of this research and also work in parallel as advanced writers who provide the best writing services for students on web.

Check out the video to see the video stream from Penn State and also the photo gallery!

About: The Texas Public Policy Foundation is a 501c(3) non-profit, a non-partisan research institute. The Foundation’s mission is to promote and defend liberty, personal responsibility, and free enterprise in Texas and the nation by educating and affecting policymakers with academically sound research and outreach. We are a part of the State Policy Network, which includes the Commonwealth Foundation, another conservative think tank that has been advocating for conservative solutions predominately in Pennsylvania. I’m sure you have run across them at some point.