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The Great Escape From Net Zero Hunger Games

May 24 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Lewis Library
Room 120

Moderator: Richard Golden ’91. Panelists: Diana Furchtgott-Roth, director, Center for Energy, Climate and Environment at Heritage Foundation: Myths of Climate Change Science Driving Agricultural Policy; Francois Baird, founder, The FairPlay Movement, international advisor: Relationship Between Stability, Energy Potential, Food Access and Sustainable Development in Africa; Dan Janzen, executive director, Fellowship of Christian Farmers, CO2 Coalition “Net Effect of CO2 Increases Positive for Agriculture”; Lindianne Sappington ’76 and Arthur Sappington, Workable Solutions: Food Production in Oregon and Uganda Watersheds.

“Net Zero” restrictions on emissions from agriculture and fossil fuels are scientifically unjustified. Yet these restrictions threaten the livelihoods of farmers and exacerbate world hunger. The solution is to avoid mandates that restrict free-market agriculture and energy. Our expert panelists will examine why we must choose food sovereignty over climate alarmism: no Farmers, no food, no freedom.

Sponsored by the Conservative Princeton Association


May 24
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
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