In the last three weeks, public interest in global warming has undergone a remarkable revival. Already, environmentalists are renewing calls on Obama to reject a controversial oil pipeline and to put strict greenhouse gas emission standards in place. But energy and environmental analysts warn that idealistic calls to action may wind up hurting climate change policy efforts: With Republicans and Democrats at odds and the nation facing a hard economic path, they say any gains need to be made through consensus.
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