Watch Live: Climate Change’s Sleeper Role in Election 2012

Today, a panel of pollsters, analysts, campaign operatives, and journalists will gather for the very first “Climate Desk Live” breakfast briefing in Washington, DC, hosted by award-wining science journalist Chris Mooney. Speakers include Joe Romm of Climate Progress, analyst Betsy Taylor of Breakthrough Strategies and Solutions, and Paul Bledsoe, a Washington-based consultant who was the chief staffer on climate change communications in the Clinton White House. The fun starts at 9:30 a.m. in Washington, DC, but don’t worry if you can’t make it to the event—you can see the livestream here:

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