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Patrick Crow Washington, D.C. A recent survey has found that Americans' impressions of environmental trends bear little resemblance to the truth. The National Environmental Education and Training Foundation, Washington, D.C., used the Roper Starch Worldwide polling organization to question 2,000 citizens about environmental issues. It found Americans rely on outdated or incorrect data about the environment, and often rely on outright myths. Kevin Coyle, the foundation's president, said, "While fiercely supportive of efforts to preserve and protect the environment, most Americans are using yesterday's news when making critical decisions about beha...

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