Fuel Costs Boost Conservation Efforts; 7 in 10 Reducing 'Carbon Footprint'

High energy prices are double-teaming with environmental concerns to prompt broad conservation efforts, with seven in 10 Americans saying they're trying to reduce their "carbon footprint," chiefly by driving less, using less electricity and recycling. More controversial are policy responses to the nation's energy problems: Majorities in this ABC News/Planet Green/Stanford University poll support oil drilling in protected coastal and wilderness areas. Most support higher taxes on oil company...Full Story
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