Welcome back to the Week in Green Politics, where I know that most of you are sick of politics by now. So I'll keep it quick.

Obviously the most timely issue in the climate world is Hurricane Sandy. If you're on the East Coast, I hope you're staying safe.

From a political point of view, one pressing question is whether the candidates will mention climate change in the context of extreme weather. And that brings us to our first headline:

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Weekly Leaders

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President Obama just addressed the climate crisis live on MTV to thousands of young voters — WE BROKE THE #CLIMATESILENCE!!

We still have a lot of work to do — we need candidates to not only break the silence, but to stand up to fossil fuels and advance bold climate solutions.

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It’s official: this was the first series of presidential debates to not address climate change since 1988. But the climate silence doesn’t mean it’s time to give up hope, it means it’s time to get to work.

With under 12 days to go, young people across the country are gearing up to make sure our demands for climate action are heard on Election Day.

We need hundreds of volunteers to help with this massive Get Out The Vote effort.

Sign up to volunteer in the final push and we’ll send you a free Climate Voter button to wear to the polls!

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Hey Everyone! It is Serafina again, here to announce the next C2C Fellows event! We are bringing the program to Bard College from November 30th-December 2nd.  Recent graduates and graduate and undergraduate students from the New York and New England area are invited to attend this workshop event to develop sustainability leadership skills under the direction of Dr. Goodstein, Director of the Bard College Center for Environmental Policy, Dean of the Bard College MBA in Sustainability, economist, and scholar. Accompanying Dr.

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