The Politics of U.S. Energy and Environmental Policy. Professor Marilyn Brown School of Public Policy Georgia Tech Energy Club October 26, 2012. http://www.cepl.gatech.edu. Sources Studied. Democratic and Republican Platform Statements
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Professor Marilyn Brown
School of Public Policy
Georgia Tech Energy Club
October 26, 2012
Thanks to Bob Shelton (Howard H. Baker Center for Public Policy, UT-Knoxville)
for the analysis of GOP and DNC platforms.
GOP Advocates an “All-of-the- Above” Policy for Energy
The DNC Also Favors an “All-of-the-Above” Policy for Energy
The GOP Believes in a Market-Based Approach for Energy
The DNC would ramp up R&D for clean energy and create incentives for markets in clean energy.
The GOP is silent on energy efficiency
The DNC advocates for greater energy efficiency