The Obama transition team just released a video of their energy and environment working group meeting with leaders of several major environmental groups to discuss the transition plan the groups have put forward.

In the video, you’ll see Mark Tercek, president of The Nature Conservancy; World Wildlife Fund president Carter Roberts; Kevin Curtis, deputy director of the Pew Environment Group; Obama adviser Heather Zichal; transition team leader; and former EPA administrator Carol Browner.

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They’re sitting around a large room exchanging fairly vague niceties about what they’d like to see done on the environmental front. But lest our cynicism get too much of us, it should be noted that perhaps it’s impressive not only to see a large group of enviro leaders meeting with the Obama team this early in the game, but also that the transition finds this an important enough issue to post it on their blog. Here’s the video:

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