I've said before that support for environmental causes is a mile wide but less than an inch deep. Everyone likes the idea of clean air, clean water, and cute animals. But when it hits their pocketbooks, people start singing a different tune. Any serious attempt to address global warming (or, to use the new all emcompasing term, "climate change") would result in gas prices far in excess of the $4/gallon we're seeing right now. Yet what has this spike in gas prices done to support for environmental causes? Only 23% now rate global warming (the most critical threat to our civilization has ever faced according to Al Gore) as more important than gas prices. 2/3 of Democrats feel the same way! How can a Green agenda survive in such a climate?