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The Environment and the Election

Seed magazine, a new non-specialist science journal, has put online a long article ("The Greening of Election '04," by Amanda Griscom) about the role the environment-as-issue will play in the 2004 presidential election. She makes a strong, albeit not entirely convincing, case that the environment has the potential to be a key element of a successful Kerry campaign -- not as a direct issue, necessarily, but as a force-multiplier, giving added weight to a variety of existing concerns voters across the political spectrum may have about Bush. Consider it the optimistic scenario of the environment as political focus in 2004.


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