Thursday, March 12, 2009

Growing numbers find global warming not serious

A recent Gallup poll has found that 2/5ths of Americans believe that global warming is exaggerated.
Although a majority of Americans believe the seriousness of global warming is either correctly portrayed in the news or underestimated, a record-high 41% now say it is exaggerated. This represents the highest level of public skepticism about mainstream reporting on global warming seen in more than a decade of Gallup polling on the subject.
Whatever your feeling on global warming, it is still good policy to do our best in conservation and working with the environment instead of against it. This Earth still has a ways to go in providing for generations of babies yet to come. The more organics that we consume over non-organic, and the more we learn to practice conservation, the better we are at preserving a safe habitabal place for babies yet to come. In the Philippines, there are rice fields carved into terraces carved into the mountains in Banau. This has been a way of life for 2,000 years. This doesn't happen by accident, it happens by conservation passed down through generations.

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