The following polls have been conducted on this website and
reflect the opinion of visitors to the site.
Are children being sufficiently educated to deal with future environmental challenges?
Will the sale of school playing fields, and withdrawal of local council funding for public parks, undermine the government's promise to deliver an Olympics legacy?
Should the UK water industry be required to decarbonise in line with the targets under the Climate Change Act?
Walking and cycling are good for the economy, the environment and for health and well-being. Should the government invest more to encourage ‘active transport’ and in its infrastructure?
Is resilience a more tangible and widely understood term than 'sustainable development'?
Was EDF’s threat to sue activists an attack on democracy and the hard won right to show dissent in the interests of action on climate change?
Is EIA biased towards a presumption of growth and development?
In view of recent flooding, and the prospect of more frequent and extreme weather events, is it time to review the viability and resilience of some communities and implement a programme of managed retreat?
Should urgent action be taken to reconnect the young with nature by putting 'the environment' at the heart of children's play, learning and education?
Should customers be asked to pay a premium on their bill for water companies to adopt their supply pipe?
Is fracking an acceptable means to achieve medium term energy security in the UK?
Are the prospects for improved environmental protection arising from monetary valuation of ecosystem services positive or negative?
Has the government made acceptable progress towards building a low carbon economy?
Does the Water White Paper go far enough on metering?
Will the environment be compromised by the government’s National Planning Policy Framework proposals?
Do you believe sustainable development will be effectively mainstreamed in Government via the Cabinet Office and Departmental Business Plans?
Don't know: 14%
Do you agree with Sir Michael Pitt that flood risk should be given the same level of importance as a flu pandemic or terrorism?
Should Green Investment Bank money be used to subsidise new generation nuclear energy given that investment in renewables would provide more jobs and a safer, cleaner, more sustainable source of energy?
Is the coalition good news for the environment sector?
Is 'sustainable aviation' viable?
Do you support nuclear energy?
Should all households be metered for water?
Technology allowing, should there be a national grid for water supplies?
Is direct action such as 'Climate Camp' helpful in informing the public on climate change?
Should the government subsidise a scheme for the retrofitting of houses with water saving devices?
Is the disposal of sewage sludge to land a sustainable practice?
Are scare tactics more effective than ‘feel good’ messages in motivating the public to take action to mitigate climate change?
Is excess packaging a consumer's responsibility?
Does carbon offsetting appear to legitimise pollution?
Is the UK Water Industry good value for money?
Should there be a population policy as part of a strategy for action on climate change?
Should the use of all pesticides be banned from all areas used by the general public?
Should one designated body have responsibility for managing all forms of flooding?
Do you support the proposed Severn Barrage?
Should fluoride be added to drinking water supplies?
Is the expansion of Heathrow airport compatible with living within our environmental limits?
Are eco-towns a valuable contribution to sustainable housing?
Will the credit crunch help or hamper the shift to greener lifestyles?
Is the public sufficiently aware of appropriate behavioural responses to flood warnings?
Do you think the U.K can meet its carbon reduction commitments set out in the Climate Change Act?
Should the automatic right to discharge surface water to sewers be repealed in the draft Floods & Water Bill?
Can capitalism deliver an environmentally sustainable global economy?
Should developing countries be compensated by the international community for preserving their forests?
Is 'resilience' a more tangible and widely understood term than 'sustainable development'?
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