Sixty-nine percent of those polled in 21 countries say utility firms should be obliged to use more renewable resources, even if this would increase their monthly bills.
The trial, which ended Monday, highlights key differences between US, British counterterrorism approaches.
French President Sarkozy, in Damascus this week, was also thought to be seeking Syria's help in dealing with Iran's nuclear program.
A Rwandan report this week charged Paris with complicity in the 1994 genocide.
Rwandan investigators issued a report Wednesday that implicates French soldiers – and top French officials – in the 1994 genocide.
Two cases have the nation on edge. While the government goes after an ultranationalist gang, prosecutors want to ban the ruling party on charges of Islamist subversion.
Its improved standing poses challenge to US policy of isolation.
Leaders hope their charges of a crime against humanity will push the junta to expand relief efforts.
Court will hear arguments on whether to shutter Turkey's Islamic-rooted ruling party.
This weekend's Arab League gathering of Middle East and North African countries in Syria is expected to be a display in regional divisions.