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Green New Deal Counterpoint
Texas Alliance of Energy Producers
"Hydrocarbons will continue to remain a vital part of all domestic and worldwide energy solutions. America must reject any political trend, deal, or social philosophy that threatens our national security, which is built on our energy independence."
Based in Austin, Tintera is a regulatory expert and licensed geologist (Texas #325) with a thorough knowledge of virtually all facets of upstream oil and gas exploration, production and transportation, including conventional and unconventional reservoirs. He is a former executive director and 22-year veteran of the Railroad Commission of Texas, which is considered the premier oilfield regulator in the nation. While there, he oversaw the entire regulatory process, from drilling permits to compliance inspections, oil spill response, pollution remediation, and pipeline transportation.
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Climate Disruption and Extreme Weather
University of Redlands
"The new abnormal in climate disruption includes a new normal in weather extremes: polar vortexes tilting toward the American Midwest at the same time that record heat grips places like Australia. Meanwhile, the planet as a whole continues to heat up, rain down, storm around, and melt away, often at accelerating rates."
Hempel is available to discuss climate change, global warming, and other environmental phenomena. His expertise includes: environmental science and politics; sustainability concepts and practice; climate disruption; marine environmental studies, with particular emphasis on international coral reef protection; renewable energy policy; sustainable community indicators; global environmental governance; wilderness preservation; and human population stabilization. He is the author of "Climate Disruption: Searching for Sustainability in Southern California," a report commissioned by the Southern California Association of Governments (published and distributed summer 2009 by SCAG).
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