Construction worker with rebar

David Holt was featured in the Daily Caller on the implications the “Keep It In the Ground” movement will have on the prices consumers pay for energy and the construction jobs available to labor.

Shailene Woodley and Rosario Dawson recently made headlines by attending a rally against energy at Union Square in NYC. Their efforts followed those last month by Karenna Gore, daughter of former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, who was arrested during a protest of a Boston area natural gas pipeline. All three are backing a “Keep It in the Ground” movement supported by a small but loud minority that claims all energy production and infrastructure on public and private lands is bad, regardless of any safety or regulatory stringency. But study after study after study suggests otherwise. Facts and logic do too.

Read more – The Daily Caller