One Republican stands between the far right and ESG

Myron Ebell, director of the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Center for Energy and Environment, called McHenry “a really good, free-market conservative” and “a very intelligent guy” who “might become somewhat more negative on ESG” as he learns more about the issue.

“I trust him to look at the facts and the arguments and come down in the right way,” Ebell told E&E News. “And I think his general approach is the correct one, which is, corporations that have shareholders ought to pay attention to the shareholders, and I think that will push him away from ESG.”

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