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Climate Change and the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election

To our readers:  Our mission is to inform people about matters pertaining to climate change.  We try not to stray into advocacy.  However, the subject of climate change, perhaps inevitably, has assumed a place in the campaigns for the U.W. Presidency.  We have decided to present articles in this category to you without comment, for your information.  Several articles about climate change and the upcoming election follow.

The first is a comparison of the two candidates and where they stand on climate change.

Next, an article on why climate change could be an important issue for the campaigns.

Third, a look at Paul Ryan’s view on climate change.

Finally, a description of Mitt Romney’s energy plan.

We will present more articles on this subject as they appear.

An update:

Coverage of green energy at the first presidential debate.

Can climate change swing the election?

The climate clock is ticking, Obama can help.

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