Nicholas Kristof: Will Climate Change Get Some Respect Now?

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President Obama and Mitt Romney seemed determined not to discuss climate change in this campaign. So thanks to Hurricane Sandy for forcing the issue: Isn't it time to talk not only about weather, but also about climate? If we can't see that something extraordinary is going on in the world around us, we're in trouble.

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