New Polling Confirms Broad, Bipartisan Support for Clean Energy and for Dirty Energy to Pay Their Tab

Recently polling released by the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication reinforces what we’ve been saying for a long time now: there is broad support for clean energy, as well as for making dirty energy actually pay their tab, instead of having us pick up the check for their polluted air and water, oil spills, and other damages to public health, national security, and the environment.
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Exxon’s Big Bet on Shale Gas Won’t Pay Off if Clean Energy Scales

For several years now, we’ve been making the case that the clean energy industry has to dramatically scale its advocacy investment to meet an aggressive disinformation campaign trained against it by the fossil lobby. We’ve found increasing receptiveness to that message, but we still run into people who think we’ve got tin foil on our heads. The refrain goes something like this: “Who’d want to do such a thing to wind, solar and geothermal power?”
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