83%
Yes
17%
No
78%
Yes
12%
No
5%
Yes, and provide more incentives for alternative energy production
2%
No, provide more incentives for alternative energy production instead
1%
No, just enforce existing regulations
1%
No, and I believe global warming is a natural occurrence
0%
No, and the current government is over-regulating businesses

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 @9LG7967answered…6 days6D

No, until there are more alternative energy productions available regulations should not be increased, companies, should be incentivised to be looking for alternative energies.

 @9L9QNR2answered…2wks2W

No. China, India and the US produce more waste and carbon emissions than all other countries combined

 @9K8TZN2answered…2mos2MO

Yes, however the local focus must shift to include Air Pollution and Human Health and rather than Carbon Credits a program must be put in place to cost all externalities and make them the sole responsibility of companies and their investors - not communities and governments - via bonds and other mechanisms.

 @9JRWFLQanswered…2mos2MO

I think they should enforce it slightly but the technology to do so has not been made so we have to wait until it is made

 @9JRWF92answered…2mos2MO

Enforce the regulations slightly but I don't think we should be too harsh, still apply more rules in place though.

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