Obama Victory, Sandy Give Environmental Groups Hopes For Climate Change Action

With President Barack Obama’s reelection victory unfolding against the backdrop of an East Coast brought to its knees by last week’s historically violent storm — an event that in many minds is linked, directly or indirectly, to a rapidly warming planet — environmental groups expressed guarded hope late Tuesday that a new opportunity was at hand to address climate change and a diverse menu of other green issues that they say the president proved either unwilling, or unable, to fully shoulder during his first four years.

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