67%
Yes
33%
No
67%
Yes
33%
No

Historical Results

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from America users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

  @ChaseOliverLibertarian  from South Carolina answered…3wks3W

The best way to combat climate change is by reducing taxes and artificial barriers to entry so that incentives for innovation allow the market to provide solutions,

 @9MJTP4Gfrom Guam answered…1mo1MO

Yes, but with caution and careful consideration of potential risks and benefits.

 @9L4Z23B  from Pennsylvania answered…3wks3W

Yes, the Department of Interior should engage in P3's to research geoengineering and other ways to combat climate change

  @kwdicke@gmail.com from Missouri answered…1 day1D

Yes, but these should be carefully vetted to limit potential negative effects and used in conjunction with an green energy - not a replacement for green energy.

 @QueenedPrincess  from California answered…2 days2D

Yes, any legit research is good and can help us understand the Earth better and improve our current climate models. We shouldn't go engineer, but researching it is important.

 @9P9789Q from Arizona answered…2 days2D

No. Let earth rid itself of its infestation of the creatures that pilfer its resources and destroy the one thing that gives them life.