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Crist's report card on climate change: some progress, largely incomplete

For the past year, Gov. Charlie Crist has tried to stoke a statewide dialogue on global warming and attempted to make Florida a national leader in alternative energy, so what has been done? The governor convenes his second Climate Change Summit Wednesday in Miami and the report card is largely incomplete.

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