April 25 - May 1, 2011

AIA, Architecture 2030, and the U.S. Energy Department are calling for sharp reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, but some in Congress are campaigning against greenhouse-gas emission regulation by the EPA. What do you see as the best approach on this issue?


Answers Votes
EPA should issue regulations as proposed. 53%
The science of greenhouse gas emissions and climate change is in doubt. 25%
Greenhouse-gas emission reductions should be pursued voluntarily in the private sector. 13%
Regulations should be issued when effects of global warming are more certain. 9%


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