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ICYMI: Commissioner Christian Column “The science on climate change is not settled”

04/24/2018

AUSTIN– In Case You Missed It (ICYMI), Railroad Commissioner Wayne Christian released an editorial challenging the notion that the “science is settled” on climate change. 

“Because of oil and gas, our lives are no longer defined by extreme hunger, cold or hardship,” Commissioner Christian notes. “It’s easy to forget these things given the way the mainstream media reports climate change. By bombarding us with sensationalist predictions of death and destruction, they make it seem like using oil and gas to drive our cars and heat our homes is bad.”

Commissioner Christian’s column is available for re-publication and can be read here.  Originally published in TribTalk, their republishing guidelines can be found here.

 

 

A lifelong conservative businessman, Wayne Christian was elected to join the Railroad Commission of Texas in November 2016. In 1996, Christian was elected to the House of Representatives. During this time, Christian served as Vice-Chair of Regulated Industries and as a multi-term member of the Energy Resource Committee. On these committees, he had direct oversight of the Railroad Commission and accumulated a strong record of standing for free markets and against burdensome regulations.

You can learn more about Commissioner Christian here: http://www.rrc.state.tx.us/about-us/commissioners/christian/