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2.) ESC_EPA: Your familiarity with the Energy Star Congregation program of the Environmental Protection Agency?
3.) ELEC_STE: How familiar are you with the Electric Steward Congregation program of the PC(USA)?
4.) NATL_ENE: How familiar are you with the Bush Administration's national energy proposal (2001)?
5.) US_PET: U.S- w/ 5% of world's population,annually consumes more than 40% of all petroleum consumed worldwide
6.) WIND_MOS: Of renewable energy sources used by electric utilities, wind currently generates the most power.
7.) PET_PORT: Less than a quarter of all petroleum consumed in the United States is imported.
8.) OIL_ELEC: A little over 1/3rd of energy used in coventnl oil/coal-fired power plant is convertd to electricity
9.) NUC_WAST: United States govt's long-term plan for dealing w/nuclear waste is to ship waste into outer space
10.) FOOD_MIL: On average, food in the US travels more than 1,200 miles to get from the farmer to the consumer.
11.) FOSSFUEL: The burning of fossil fuels is the primary cause of recent global climate change.
12.) ENE_EFFI: Compared to 20 years ago, the overall energy efficiency of U.S. motor vehicles has improved.
13.) TOO_PEOP: Extent this contributes to energy-related problems in U.S. today? Too many people/population growth
14.) CONSUMPT: Extent this factor contributes to energy-related problems in U.S. today? Consumption/lifestyles
15.) TECHNOLO: Extent this contributes to energy-related problms in U.S. today? Over-reliance on a technology fix
16.) ECONOMIV: Extent this factor contributes to energy-related problems in U.S. today? Economics/politics
17.) NATURE: Extent this factor contributes to energy-related problems in U.S. today? How we regard nature
18.) ACIDRAIN: To what extent would you say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to acid rain
19.) MERCURY: Extent you'd say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to mercury pollution
20.) GLOBAL: Extent you'd say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to global climate change?
21.) WATERPOL: Extent you'd say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to water pollution
22.) RISEOCEA: Extent you'd say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to rise in ocean levels
23.) HABITAT: Extent you'd say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to habitat destruction
24.) RISE_GAS: Extent energy production&consumptn in US contributes to rising gasoline,fuel oil&natural gas prices
25.) UNEQUAL: Extent energy productn&consumption US contributes to unequal distribution of wealth across the world
26.) LOSS_PLA: Extent energy production&consumption in the US contributes to loss of plant&animal species
27.) MILITARY: Extent energy production&consumption the U.S. contributes to level of U.S. military spending
28.) GOD_EYES: In God's eyes, human beings are superior to other species.
29.) HIGH_ENE: Unjust that Americans consume much highr percentage of world energy than our share of world populatn
30.) ENE_CONS: Energy conservation reflects values of the Christian/Reformed faith, such as simplicity&frugality
31.) STEWARD: I consider the way I use energy as part of the way I practice stewardship
32.) BURDEN: Poorer communities recv disproportionate share of energy production/consumption burdens,like pollutn
33.) GOVT_EFF: The U.S. government's leadership and policies concerning energy are effective
34.) MORE_PUB: More public lands in the U.S. should be opened to oil, gas, and other energy-related exploration
35.) RESEARCH: Amnt of emphasis govt shld put on U.S. energy needs&problems:Funding research&development
36.) TECH_IMP: Amnt of emphasis govt shld put on U.S. energy needs&problems:Incremental technological improvements
37.) ENER_CON: Amnt of emphasis govt shld put on U.S. energy needs&problems:Promoting greater energy conservation
38.) MARKET: Emphasis govt shld put on U.S energy needs:Market-based solutn to mitigate pollution frm companies
39.) HIGH_TAX: Amnt of emphasis govt shld put on U.S. energy needs&problems: Imposing higher energy taxes
40.) SLOW_GRO: Amnt of emphasis govt shld put on U.S. energy needs&problems:Slowing population growth
41.) PUB_TRAN: Amnt of emphasis govt shld put on U.S energy needs:Subsidizing use/developmnt of public transportatn
42.) LES_AUTO: Amnt of emphasis govt shld put on U.S energy needs:Community designs making us less dependnt on auto
43.) INC_FUEL: Amnt of emphasis govt shld put on U.S. energy needs:Make motor vehicle manufacturers increase mpg
44.) INSPECT: Amnt of emphasis govt shld put on U.S energy needs: Periodic motor vehicle inspections for emissions
45.) RENEW: Amnt of emphasis govt shld put on U.S energy needs: Subsidizing developmnt&use of renewable energies
46.) FUTURE: The better way to meet U.S. energy needs in the near future is through:
47.) HOWIMPO: How important a role should nuclear energy play in meeting future electricity needs in the U.S.
48.) KYOTO: Would you like to see U.S. ratify Kyoto Protocol (developed to get countries to lower emissions)?
49.) CON_ENER: Is your congregation an Energy Star congregation?
50.) CON_ELEC: Is your congregation an Electic Steward congregation?
51.) CON_NO: Is your congregation an Energy Star or an Electric Steward congregation? No, neither.
52.) CON_DONT: Is your congregation an Energy Star or an Electric Steward congregation? Don't know
53.) EDU: If there were a low-cost resource,your congregatns interest in program to teach energy conservation
54.) PAY: Willing to pay more at home for electricity generated by renewable sources- wind,solar,geothermal?
56.) PAY3: Check here if you don't know how much more you'd be willing to pay for renewable sources electricity
57.) TAX: In general, would you be willing to pay higher taxes to further energy conservation efforts?
59.) TAX3: Check if you don't know how much more tax you'd be willing to pay to furthr energy conservatn effort
60.) TAX4: Would you be willing to pay higher taxes to help cut US consumption of petroleum from othr countries
62.) TAX6: Don't know how much more taxes you'd be willing to pay to cut US use of petroleum frm othr countries
63.) FOOD: Describes you better? I buy mostly whole food ingredients. I buy mostly ready-made/prepared foods.
64.) FOOD2: Describes you? I try to avoid packaged foods. I buy frozen,canned&other individually wrapped items.
65.) PRODUCE: Describes you? I buy produce only when it's in season locally. I buy produce at any time of the year
66.) FOOD3: Try as much as possible to buy food grown locally/regionally.Dont pay attentn to where food is grown
67.) DRY: Describes you?I use a clothes dryer (e.g., gas or electric).I air dry (e.g., outside on clothesline)
68.) LIGHTS: Describes you?My household lights are fluorescent/compact fluorescent or are incandescent
69.) SLEEP: Describes you? In winter I sleep in unheated bed/use electric blanket or electric mattress pad.
70.) DRIVE: You?Drive alone to work most days.Carpool,walk,bike/public transportatn to work most days(work@home)
71.) PHOTOCOP: When photocopying a document of several pages:
72.) HOME: Do you own or rent your own home?
73.) HOME2: ["RENT" or "MANSE/CHURCH OWNED" TO HOME]Do you pay for electricity separately/cost included?
74.) EFF_DEC: Have you made an effort to decrease your household energy use during the past year?
77.) DECAUTO: Have you done anything in the last year to decrease your use of motor vehicles/fuel they consume?
79.) RECYCLE: Recycled items like newspapers, cans, bottles, etc.
80.) RECYCLE2: Tried to buy products made from, or packaged in, recycled materials
81.) CUT_AUTO: Cut down on the use of automobiles by using public transportation, car pooling, bicycling, etc.
82.) LETTERS: Wrote letters to politicians expressing opinions on energy issues
83.) RECYCLE3: Took steps other than recycling to reduce what your household puts into the waste system
84.) VOTE: Voted for/against a candidate for public office because of that candidate's stand on energy issues
85.) GLOBALCC: Do you think you, as an individual, can make a difference when it comes to global climate change?
86.) ENERGY: Do you think you, as an individual, can make a difference when it comes to energy conservation?