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Climate Change Can't Get Traction In This Election, But Clean Energy Can

Candidates aren't talking about climate change because voters consider other issues more pressing, leading Republican and Democratic pollsters agreed in Chicago last week. But those same voters overwhelmingly support clean energy.
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