Mother and baby son with a book and a flashlight before going to bed

CEA’s Chris Ventura discusses the harmful economic and environmental consequences of the Keep It in the Ground movement, and what that would mean for Ohio.

This damage is courtesy of the “Keep It in the Ground” movement engineered by a small but vocal group of extremists who falsely pit the development of our natural resources against our collective desire for a cleaner environment, when we can have both. Case in point: In 2017, the U.S. reduced its carbon emissions by 0.5 percent, the most of all major countries. Greenhouse-gas emissions also have declined 2.7 percent since 2016.

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