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Fall 2013Q15Now we want to turn to issues of oil and natural gas extraction in Michigan. Of course, Michigan has a long history of oil and gas extraction by traditional methods of drilling wells vertically. As far as you know, is there any history of oil or gas extractions using traditional methods within your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Energy and Environment | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Energy | Energy sources
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Fall 2013Q25bNext, we want to ask about a range of potential sources of energy. Although these issues can be complex and may have various costs and benefits, in general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible actions to address energy supply issues in Michigan: Increase the use of hydroelectric power

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Energy | Energy sources
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Fall 2013Q25cNext, we want to ask about a range of potential sources of energy. Although these issues can be complex and may have various costs and benefits, in general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible actions to address energy supply issues in Michigan: Increase the use of solar power

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Energy | Energy sources
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Fall 2013Q25dNext, we want to ask about a range of potential sources of energy. Although these issues can be complex and may have various costs and benefits, in general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible actions to address energy supply issues in Michigan: Increase production and use of biomass and/or biofuels

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Energy | Energy sources
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Fall 2013Q25eNext, we want to ask about a range of potential sources of energy. Although these issues can be complex and may have various costs and benefits, in general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible actions to address energy supply issues in Michigan: Increase regulation of oil and gas pipelines statewide

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Energy | Energy sources
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Fall 2013Q25fNext, we want to ask about a range of potential sources of energy. Although these issues can be complex and may have various costs and benefits, in general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible actions to address energy supply issues in Michigan: Increase drilling for natural gas and oil through high-volume hydraulic fracturing

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Energy | Energy sources
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Fall 2013Q25gNext, we want to ask about a range of potential sources of energy. Although these issues can be complex and may have various costs and benefits, in general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible actions to address energy supply issues in Michigan: Allow offshore oil and gas drilling in the Great Lakes

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Energy | The Great Lakes | Energy sources
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Fall 2013Q25hNext, we want to ask about a range of potential sources of energy. Although these issues can be complex and may have various costs and benefits, in general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible actions to address energy supply issues in Michigan: Increase the use of wind power on land

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Energy | Energy sources
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Fall 2013Q25iNext, we want to ask about a range of potential sources of energy. Although these issues can be complex and may have various costs and benefits, in general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible actions to address energy supply issues in Michigan: Increase the use of offshore wind power in the Great Lakes

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Energy | The Great Lakes | Energy sources
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Fall 2013Q25jNext, we want to ask about a range of potential sources of energy. Although these issues can be complex and may have various costs and benefits, in general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible actions to address energy supply issues in Michigan: Mandate expanded use of renewable energy through state law

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Energy | Energy sources | State mandates and preemption
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Fall 2013Q25kNext, we want to ask about a range of potential sources of energy. Although these issues can be complex and may have various costs and benefits, in general, to what extent do you support or oppose the following possible actions to address energy supply issues in Michigan: Mandate energy efficiency/conservation measures through state law

Major Tags: Energy and Environment
Related Topics: Energy | Energy sources | State mandates and preemption
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Fall 2010Q25eSome local governments are adopting policies and practices to meet their jurisdictions' energy demands while reducing the costs and environmental impacts of energy use. In your opinion, in the next 12 months, how likely or unlikely is it that your jurisdiction will adopt the following types of policies and practices: Developing or purchasing alternative Energy sources (such as employing solar panels or wind turbines)

Major Tags: Energy and Environment | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Environment | Sustainability
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