What Ordinary Americans Are Doing To Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions At Home

Just As Likely To Be Influenced By An Employee At A Home-Improvement Store (16%) As President George W Bush (16%) On Environmental Issues

Monday, June 18, 2007

Toronto, ON – A new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of Icynene finds that two thirds (64%) claim to have taken ‘some’ (54%) or ‘a lot’ (11%) of action in their own homes to reduce greenhouse gasses. For example, one third (32%) of homeowners say they have added insulation in the past two years to help reduce energy...

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What Ordinary Americans Are Doing To Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions At Home

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