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Study: Fossil Fuels Falling Out Of Favor As Americans Embrace Renewables [Infographic]

A new study from Pew Research has revealed that Americans are deeply divided on the causes and cures of climate change, as well as their nation's environmental policy. Despite the deep-rooteddivision, however, the vast majority of Americans are unified when it comes to the issue of renewable energy. Pew found that [...]
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