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EnCourage Tour Houston: Conservative. Climate. Leadership.

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U.H. Hilton Ballroom

4800 Calhoun Road

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Can American free enterprise solve climate change?

Can conservatives lead us to action?

How can citizens summon in our leaders the courage to lead on climate?

Join the UH community for a discussion about free enterprise, conservatism, and climate change.

Former Congressman Bob Inglis (R-SC) will give a talk titled "Solving climate change with courage and conservative principles." Plenty of townhall-style Q&A will follow his remarks.

Sponsored by republicEn.org, the UH Energy and the UH Energy, Environment & Natural Resources Center. The event is free, open to the public.

Wednesday, October 3rd

Hilton (Ballroom) at University of Houston

6:00 PM (CST)

The event is part of republicEn's EnCourage Tour, a 14-city series of events this fall. On the EnCourage Tour, republicEn.org and allies bringing together Americans to lead the way to free-enterprise climate solutions; To showcase #EcoRight ideas and momentum; To call upon American greatness; and To summon in our lawmakers the courage to work together to solve climate change.

About former U.S. Rep. Bob Inglis: Bob represented South Carolina's 4th Congressional District for 6 terms (1993-1999 and 2005-2011), serving on on Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, and Science & Technology committees. He was South Carolina's Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in 1998. Bob started the Energy and Enterprise Initiative at George Mason University in 2012 and later launched the republicEn.org grassroots community. In 2015, Bob was awarded the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award for his outspoken leadership on climate change during and after his time in office.

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