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Petroleum companies should not be allowed billions in corporate wellfare. The rest should take care of itself. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Wildwood, MO
Depends on the motivation behind those regulations and the science backing them. Track record so far is to find ways to increase tax with little or no environmental outcome - so NO, not without very good reason. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Lubec, ME
Not convinced there is global warming. That said, everyone should be good stewards of the earth God gave us to live on rather than be after that almighty dollar. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Apex, NC
This is a way to kill jobs. Businesses should do all they can to preserve the environment while creating jobs. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Glendale, AZ
Non-profits should be encouraged to spearhead this campaign through private donations. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Brandermill, VA
Anthropogenic global warming is a scam perpetrated by the United Nations. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Topton, PA
Government should stop the politics of environmental regulation; no funding for AGW; no Kyoto; no carbon tax; no secret treaties; no wealth transfer to UN or foreign despots. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Louisville, KY
Climate change is natural phenomenon and has and continues to change regardless of man's activities. Government policies should be based on science (not consensus) aimed at mitigating the effects of climate changes. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Reno, NV
Indifferent, global warming is a natural occurrence but humans are not helping. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Huntersville, WV
Yes, but only to protect the environment. The end goal should be a healthier and more cared-for Earth and not to prevent something that happens naturally. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Provo, UT
Truthful studies are needed and only then should regulations be implemented, but not just based on theory, and proof has not been confirmed in the last 50 years, they should go back 200 years to determine if the earth is heating up or just a 100 year... 4 years ago from a Constitution in Black Creek, NC
No, but provide incentives to keep the environment clean/healthy whatever that may be; alternative energy etc. Global warming is a natural process that has happened time and time again. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Aberdeen, MD
Yes, the government should always be looking to increase environmental regulations not because of Global Warming but because it is the best thing for the earth, but in balance with economics, technologies and incentives for American companies to grow. ... 4 years ago from a Constitution in Kingston, NY
No. Any measures will have a negligible impact on warming and a negative impact on low income families. We should focus on bringing Thorium based nuclear energy online and localized green energy production at the site of consumption. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Cottage Lake, WA
No we cannot prevent this nor slow this significantly most of the proposals are tax schemes and redistribution of wealth schemes. Let the markets more and clean energy and efficiency are already desired by markets. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Lincoln, NE
Alternative energy and energy efficient technologies should be explored with the goal of efficiency, reducing pollution and technological advancement in mind. Not for an arbitrary reason of "global warming" or "climate change". Such a... 5 years ago from a Constitution in Stockett, MT
Practice environmental stewardship. 5 years ago from a Constitution in Nissequogue, NY