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Al Gore and his church of global warming have a long way to go before the idea that humans are causing climate change becomes mainstream. Most voters remain at least “somewhat” concerned about global warming, but they still have mixed opinions about what causes it, and most understand that scientists don’t agree on the cause either.
President Barack Obama says he’ll unveil a national plan to combat climate change in a speech Tuesday. On the online White House video, Obama said:
We’ll need all of our citizens to do our part to preserve God’s creation for future generations.
Voters continue to recognize there is a conflict between economic growth and environmental protection and don’t view themselves as selfish for putting the economy first.
Published on Jun 7, 2013 by Heritage Foundation
Global-warming alarmists continually refer to a “scientific consensus” to support drastic policy proposals. They insist on peer-reviewed publications as the standard for debate, while ignoring that standard when the standard will not support their hysterical claims.