Selected Articles

How I became a Green Republican - and Started Putting Green Ideas into Action,” The Catalyst (Spring 2019). Trammell S. Crow, President of the Crow Family Foundation and Founder of EarthX, credits DEPLOY/US with helping to "ensure environmental solutions attract Republican, and thus bipartisan, broad-based support."

Curbelo gets third gig fighting global warming,” E&E News (January 2019). Curbelo, “the most prominent Republican voice on climate during his four years on Capitol Hill,” joins DEPLOY/US after taking public roles at the Alliance for Market Solutions and the Columbia Center on Global Energy Policy.

GOP-er Curbelo joins climate nonprofit,” (January 2019). Read Amy Harder's report (Scroll to #6) of former Congressman Carlos Curbelo "redoubling his energy and climate focus by joining" DEPLOY/US, "a small but unique nonprofit pushing bipartisan climate policy."

Rachel’s Network Partners with EnCourage Tour to Build Bridges on Climate Change,” Rachel’s Network (December 2018). Our thanks go to our supporters at Rachel’s Network for this write-up on the EnCourage Tour.

Republican ‘climate caucus’ offered little support for Paris deal,” Climate Home (June 2017). Former DEPLOY/US Senior Fellow Catrina Rorke offers context for the decision to exit the Paris Agreement.

It’s not too late to ‘go green’ in changing climate of Washington,” The Hill (May 2017). Dr. Manik Roy, former DEPLOY/US senior fellow, points out that every environmental law since the Nixon administration has been enacted with bipartisan leadership, and typically when the Republican brand has been “dominant and damaged.”

"Taking Politics Out of Climate Change," NOVA Next (May 2017). Christina Couch offers a primer on the politicization of climate change, solution aversion, and reframing the conversation, including interviews with DEPLOY/US CEO Andrea Yodsampa and members of the Military-Business-Faith network, which DEPLOY/US initiated.

The Conservative Case for Climate Change,” Radio Boston, WBUR (April 2017). Prior to his DEPLOY/US appearance at the Harvard Club in April 2017, former Rep. Bob Inglis (R-SC) talks about his own change of mind and efforts to engage other conservatives in climate action.  

"Military, Business, and Faith Leaders Highlight Conservative Cases for Climate Action," Living Lab Radio (January 2017). Produced by Heather Goldstone and Elsa Partan; pitched and facilitated by DEPLOY/US. Members of the Military-Business-Faith network provide an overview of the many conservative cases for action on climate and clean energy.

"With Trump Vowing To Withdraw From Climate Pacts, Other Nations, Companies Take Lead," WGBH News (November 2016). Heather Goldstone covers the opportunity for Republicans to lead on climate change and features DEPLOY/US CEO Andrea Yodsampa.

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"Not as Divided as You May Think: Quiet Cooperation on Climate," Immense Possibilities (June 2017) DEPLOY/US CEO Andrea Yodsampa joins former U.S. Rep. Bob Inglis (R-SC) and Rev. Mitch Hescox, president of the Evangelical Environment Network and DEPLOY/US Advisory Board member.

Panel on transpartisan climate communications,” Earth Day Texas (April 2017) DEPLOY/US CEO Andrea Yodsampa speaks about the opportunities for conservative leadership on climate and clean energy.

"Military, Money, Morals: Opportunities for Republican Leadership on Climate & Clean Energy" (April 2017) at the Harvard Club, Boston. Organized by DEPLOY/US and Woods Hole Research Center and moderated by Heather Goldstone, the panel featured Former Former Congressman Bob Inglis (R-SC); Lt. General John Castellaw, USMC (ret.); Tim Healy, former chairman and CEO of EnerNOC; and Rev. Mitch Hescox, president of Evangelical Environmental Network, with opening comments by Philip Duffy, PhD, president of WHRC, and Andrea Yodsampa, PhD, CEO of DEPLOY/US.

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I’m more than ever persuaded that finding common ground with conservatives and evangelicals may be one of the few ways to make some political headway on climate change.
— Evan Hadingham, NOVA / WGBH