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New poll-half of Republicans support carbon limits

More Republicans Are Embracing Climate Solutions

Climate change has long been considered a partisan issue, but that seems to be changing. In a recent poll from Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and Yale University, half of all Republicans surveyed said they believe carbon dioxide pollution should be regulated. And nearly half said the U.S. should lead the fight against […]

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New Poll: Most Americans Willing to Pay to Curb Climate Change

Most Americans say they would be willing to pay more for energy if it meant reducing carbon emissions, according to a new poll by Bloomberg News. The poll, which was conducted just days after the Environmental Protection Agency announced new plans to reduce carbon emissions from power plants, found that 62 percent of Americans would […]

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Majority of New Yorkers Link Sandy with Climate [New Poll]

Siena College conducted a poll amongst New York area residents to evaluate whether they believe that Super-storm Sandy was caused by climate change. 69% of voters connected the dots, while only 24% isolated the events. Skepticism remained strongest amongst the Republican party — with only 46% attributing the storms to climate change — compared to […]

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Global warming or climate change: whatever, dude

Global warming or climate change: whatever, dude

In this Shelton Group article, Karen Barnes, VP of Insight, says the terminology for climate change/global warming in marketing doesn't matter because the bottom line is that today's mainstream consumers just don't care about about the issue.  To "create the change we desire" Barnes advises marketers to focus on the "plenty of other drivers and […]

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Day of reckoning for climate vote

Day of reckoning for climate vote

In this article commenting on the mid-term election results, Darren Samuelsohn and Robin Bravender directly relate election losses, particularly by Democrats, to the candidate's support for the 2009 climate bill. (more…)

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