From the American Institute of Architects’ annual public survey (sub rqd):

Grist relies on the support of generous readers like you. Donate today to keep our climate news free. All donations matched!

The greatest percentage — 31 percent — of respondents said they believed recycling was one of the three most important things they could do to reduce [global] warming. Reducing driving came in next, at 25 percent, followed by reducing energy consumption, at 23 percent. Only 4 percent thought limiting fossil fuel use was most crucial.

Grist thanks its sponsors. Become one.

Recycling?!

I need a drink.

Grist thanks its sponsors. Become one.