Andy Revkin has a couple of new pieces on global warming in, of all places, AARP Magazine. Yup, he's bringing the word to men and women of a certain age. Andy told me he went through several back-and-forths, over the course of many months, and I believe it -- AARP's known for having conservative (in the political sense) leadership and conservative (in the vernacular sense) membership. Climate change is a delicate subject in those environs. But I think the main piece came out all the stronger for being studiously apolitical. It frames climate change not as a partisan issue but …
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