On global warming, Oregonians see "separate realities," survey finds
One piece of common ground: Neither conservatives nor liberals were fond of coal power, the survey found.Full Story
#1 Sep 28, 2011
"Given the ideological divide, "communications about evidence may only affect a small subset of moderates," the report concluded."
That is always the case. Only the moderates are open to listening.
But the good news is that both groups can agree on the need for energy independence, sustainability and green jobs. While the motives may differ, both groups need to get away from dependence on fossil fuels with their high costs (unsubsidized), limited avaialabiltiy and high pollution.
Add your comments below
|Oregon Lottery must expand gambling-addiction p... (Dec '13)||Aug '14||Cory Trevor||4|
|Oregon Governor Seeks Lawsuit Over Health Exchange||May '14||United Clowns||1|
|Panel to study at Agent Orange residue exposure||May '14||Jaimie||4|
|Oregon panel recommends moving to federal exchange||Apr '14||April fools||34|
|Oregon Patriots Win Crucial Round In Attempt To...||Apr '14||Magadala||3|
|Oregon Gubernatorial Candidate: Homosexuality I...||Apr '14||Ms_Harmony||1|
|Global warming: Oregon policies generate carbon... (Mar '14)||Mar '14||truth facts||2|
Find what you want!
Search Oregon Government Forum Now