Should the government increase environmental regulations to prevent climate change? 12,986,267 Americans believe yes, and that the government should provide more incentives for alternative energy and 8,014,899 Americans believe no, and that global warming is a natural occurrence. Out of all the votes 6% believe no, provide more incentives for alternative energy production instead, 3% believe global warming is a natural occurrence, and 1% believe no, tax carbon. Chicago is more in the yes area with 75% and 25% no. out of all of Chicago 18% believe no, 4% believe no provide more incentives for alternative energy production instead, 2% believe global warming is a natural occurrence, and 1% believe no, tax carbon emissions. Democrats vs Republicans, 93% of Democrats believe yes and 7% believe no. 32% of Republicans believe yes and 68% believe no. Socialists are also on the yes side with 92 % and 8% no. Out of all of this data, the common answer is yes the government should increase environmental regulations to prevent climate change. Global climate change is a very real thing, and we need to find solutions to slow the problem, because at this point climate change is irreversible and in a matter of a few hundred years half of the world will be under water when Antarctica melts. Antarctica is very close to melting as fast at Greenland, and its up to us to slow this process down.
The reason i chose a question mark is because i feel it represents me the most. When people ask me what career or goals do i have, i really don’t know. I have some idea to get my GEN eds, but besides that i have no idea and i’m lost.