83%
Yes
17%
No
77%
Yes
12%
No
6%
Yes, and provide more incentives for alternative energy production
2%
No, provide more incentives for alternative energy production instead
2%
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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 @9K486Y8answered…2mos2MO

I believe regulations should be within reason, unlike the growing number of unrealistics regulations.

 @9DM9X3Qanswered…8mos8MO

Climate change doesn’t exist, left wing democracy uses it as a mass propaganda machine to control the population

 @9CPTDBManswered…10mos10MO

Only if they are willing to contribute to the additional costs of the change

 @9CDVLX4answered…10mos10MO

Yes, on the large corporations and industrial scale pollutors, not on small businesses

 @9C5MSX7answered…11mos11MO

I think the government should make it more affordable for buissneses to be envoirmentaly friendly

 @9BJNKFBanswered…1yr1Y

No, carbon dioxide is the gas of life. Regulations on packaging and pollution into water and land are vital and not enough. Other harmful emissions into the air from chemical factories need to exist eg to denature chemicals should be a basic regulation. Carbon passports are based on a lie and hypocrites tyrannically driving policies to control humans for anti human agenda

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