“The left just is continuing to the vilifying nuclear energy in the aftermath, still of the 1980s, Chernobyl disaster, and we’re trying to push back. We’re trying to get the American public to better embrace the greatness of nuclear energy, which is, you know, [is] zero carbon emissions. It’s clean. It’s plentiful. It’s cheap. It’s reliable. It’s safe. Its baseload. And that’s part of the problem that I don’t understand with the with the left the, the energy fanatic, or I’m sorry, the the environmental creationists.” — Patrick Brenner, president/co-founder of Southwest Public Policy Institute
In Episode 377 of District of Conservation, Gabriella interviews Patrick Brenner – president and co-founder of the Southwestern Public Policy Institute.
The New Mexico-based organization is a research institute built to explore and build on sound, data-driven policies regarding education, crime, and economics that will encourage positive change in the American Southwest. Many think tanks have fallen victim to the mentality of communicating only to the echo chamber: they only target individuals that agree with partisan messaging. SPPI’s approach enables us to reach new audiences by micro-targeting constituents on issues like finance, energy, education, or public safety.
Tune in to learn more about Patrick and SPPI!
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Photo Credit: Patrick Brenner
Gabriella Hoffman is a Media Strategist and Award-Winning Outdoor Writer.
She hosts the “District of Conservation” podcast and CFACT’s original YouTube series “Conservation Nation.”
Learn more about her work at http://www.gabriellahoffman.com