Young Conservatives Move Beyond “Drill, Baby, Drill”, According to The Green Economy

Share Article

Young Conservatives for Energy Reform (YCER) is breaking out of traditional conservative roles to partner with a network of grassroots organizations and champion domestic energy reform.

News Image
We need to work across the aisle because that’s what Americans want.

Young Conservatives for Energy Reform (YCER) is breaking out of traditional conservative roles to partner with a network of grassroots organizations and champion domestic energy reform. YCER advocates American-made alternatives to foreign oil, calling for a fair and free market approach to energy alternatives such as solar power that end America’s oil addiction.

“Some say drilling here is the answer, but that won’t solve the long term problem,” said Juan Lopez, chairperson for YCER’s Florida chapter. “We need to work across the aisle because that’s what Americans want.”

YCER is talking with local communities nationwide about how energy policies affect them. The organization plans to grow using energetic people to champion renewable sources of energy for the American market.

THE GREEN ECONOMY provides news, analysis and ideas for business leaders who are creating a new world economy through strategies that acknowledge, calculate for and take advantage of a resource-constrained environment. To read more about young conservatives or other articles, go to http://www.thegreeneconomy.com.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Tana Kantor
Follow us on
Visit website