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Friday, February 23, 2007

Polls hide the truth about climate change

Diane Francis in today's National Post:

Canadians, like Americans and others living in developed countries, always tell pollsters they are concerned about protecting the environment. But this is like being asked if you are in favour of apple pie and motherhood. Of course you are.


The point of this is that the polls are incomplete, which is leading, in the case of Canada, to potentially ruinous political action and attitudes.

There's also a lot of misinformation about the Kyoto Protocol itself and Canada's responsibilities.

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