Rural Climate Partnership Published in The Hill
“Rural communities can be a roadblock to climate progress or a crucial team player advancing our mutual success. The Inflation Reduction Act is a huge step for empowering rural climate leaders and advancing our national climate goals, reducing greenhouse gas emissions by up to 44 percent. All this without increasing taxes for hard-working Americans, family farmers or small businesses. Instead, it stops corporations from using loopholes to avoid paying their fair share.”
In a recent editorial in The Hill, Rural Climate Partnership Director Josh Ewing argues the Inflation Reduction Act has the potential to be a real economic winner for rural America.
The Heartland Fund, Rural Democracy Initiative’s nonpartisan 501(c)(3) organization, launched the Rural Climate Partnership to mobilize rural-led solutions to climate change.