Fossil Fuels Are Falling Out Of Favor In The U.S.


Americans are deeply divided on the causes and solutions to global climate change as well as their nation's environmental policy. Despite that, however, the majority of people are united on the issue of renewable energy. Pew Research found that Americans strongly support the introduction of more solar panel and wind turbine farms while fossil fuels are falling out of favour. Read more on Forbes.

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