Global warming messages take a new direction
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Global warming messages take a new direction

The Washington Post's David Fahrenthold reports on what appears to be a change in the messages by environmental groups. Advertisements by these groups once carried overtones of doom and devastation from global warming. The most recent ads focus on jobs and energy independence that is aimed at influencing climate legislation. (Edited by Ernesto Bailey/The Washington Post, Environmental Defense Fund)

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