According to the recent Pittsburgh Regional Environment Survey, more than 64 percent of Pittsburgh residents believe climate change is a severe or moderate problem, and only 18.5 percent do not think climate change is a problem. With a sample size of 805 citizens living in the seven-county Pittsburgh Metropolitan Statistical Area, the results of this survey provide the most comprehensive profile to date of the environment-related behaviors of Pittsburgh residents. This survey also analyzes citizens’ perspectives on issues ranging from air and water quality to government regulation, Marcellus Shale drilling and climate change. You can find the entire report online here.
Pittsburgh Environment Survey Results
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