Government shouldn’t pursue an ‘all of the above’ approach to energy policy

You might think it makes sense for the federal government to pursue an energy policy that relies on wind, solar power, biomass, and other politically correct renewable sources, along with the traditional coal, natural gas, and nuclear power.

But an “all of the above” approach creates problems. Dr. David Schnare, director of the Center for Environmental Stewardship at the Thomas Jefferson Institute and director of the Environmental Law Center at the American Tradition Institute, outlined those problems during a presentation today to the John Locke Foundation’s Shaftesbury Society.

In the video clip below, Schnare discussed the implications of the “all of the above” approach.

3:10 p.m. update: Click play below to watch the full 57:21 event.

You’ll find other John Locke Foundation video presentations here.

Mitch Kokai / Senior Political Analyst

Mitch Kokai is senior political analyst for the John Locke Foundation. He joined JLF in December 2005 as director of communications. That followed more than four years as chie...

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