Even Americans Seem to Be Getting Some of the Messaging on Climate Change

A recent report from Yale University Project on Climate Change Communication shows that a growing majority of Americans say the President and Congress should make global warming a priority and that corporations, industry, and citizens themselves should do more to address the issue. More than 9 out of 10 Americans also say developing clean energy should be a national priority. In addition, a majority of Americans – across party lines – say the U.S. should increase our use of renewable 
energy immediately. In addition, A majority of Americans say they would vote for a candidate who supports a revenue neutral carbon tax if it created more American jobs in the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries (61% would support such a candidate), decreased pollution by encouraging companies to find less polluting alternatives (58%), or was used to pay down the national debt (52%). To see the full report, go to:






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