RP is not in the running, standing to do the best work where he can.
While he is not the greener of the choices -- he is the one who will protect the rights of our citizens to demand greener -- so I see him as a bit green under the skin.
Polls do not usually represent the silent mayority as I have found in working at different levels of politics. It is each and everyone of us who will make a difference to have a greener world. We all need to take responsibility for this planet, for surely this world will take care of itself, before we destroy it. It is much greater than all of us. How dare we take it for granted!
"With the election of Barack Obama and Joe Biden should come the restoration of American environmental leadership. For the first time in nearly a decade, we can look to the future with a sense of hope that the enormous environmental challenges we face will begin to be addressed and that our air, land, water, and wildlife -and the overall health of our planet - will not be sacrificed to appease polluting industries and campaign contributors.
"It is difficult to describe the damage done by the Bush administration's misguided and destructive environmental policies. For eight years, the special interests have ruled, virtually dictating our conservation, environmental and energy policies. But now we have an opportunity to lead the world into a better, environmental energy future that addresses the pressing challenges of the day, and there are many.
"President-elect Obama and Vice President-elect Biden assume office as global warming threatens everything from our drinking water to our wildlife.