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VIDEO: Presidential Debate: After Sandy—Climate Change, Science, and the Next 4 Years

With Obama campaign surrogate Kevin Knobloch and former Republican congressman and Delaware governor Mike Castle

Nov 01, 2012 | ScienceDebate.org & ClimateDesk Live

The Mott House, Capitol Hill
9:30a.m.-11:00a.m. US Eastern Time

Moderators: Shawn Otto of ScienceDebate.org & Chris Mooney of ClimateDesk

Watch live streaming video from climatenexus at livestream.com

Produced by ClimateDesk Live and ScienceDebate.org

Due to Hurricane Sandy the high quality recording has been delayed in transit, and we only have a webcam version available at the moment. A higher quality version will be posted here as soon as possible. (Note: Audio begins at 2:14 minutes in — skip ahead to this point.)