Our members of Congress are in the best position to slow climate change. They can transition us to clean energy in a way that grows America’s economy and jobs.
Before you vote in any election, find out your candidates’ positions on climate change and energy. It’s important to note that energy policies that promote the free market production of natural gas increase greenhouse gas emissions—a primary cause of climate change.
In his weekly news email news letter entitled "Weekly Update from Dr. Joyce" he states іn the issue from October 24, 2021 :
"At a time when gas and heating costs are soaring, Congress needs to stop
wasting time debating unrealistic and unworkable deployment schemes for offshore
Let me be clear, wind power is not enough to sustain our energy grid.
I questioned Former Deputy Secretary of Energy Mark Menezes on the inefficiency of building windmills to address our immediate energy needs. Watch our conversation here. "
As a point of additional background information you might want to read some or all of the testimony provided by Deputy Secretary Menezes and others at the hearing mentioned by Rep. Joyce right here
On his webpage Representative John Joyce takes a stance on several issues like social security, immigration etc. As of November 8, 2021, the environment and climate change are not mentioned.
In 2022 only one seat in the US Senate will be vacant as current Senator Toomey is not running for re-election and Senator Casey's seat will not be up for election until 2024. (Casey's term ends officially on January 3, 2025, Toomey's term ends Jan 3, 2023)
The lists of "official" candidates for the vacant US Senate seat is extremely long and ever changing on both the Republican (12) and Democratic (14) side with a single Libertarian added. List of candidates on ballotpedia.org