Read "The Power of Green" by Thomas Friedman in Sunday's New York Times Magazine. Friedman says the green movement not only has gone mainstream, but it represents the future platform for a "new, unifying political movement" in the United States. He says this movement is necessary to address the three major issues all Americans now face: "jobs, temperature and terrorism."
"How do our kids compete in a flatter world? How do they thrive in a warmer world? How do they survive in a more dangerous world? Those are, in a nutshell, the big questions facing America at the dawn of the 21st century. But these problems are so large in scale that they can only be effectively addressed by an America with 50 green states — not an America divided between red and blue states."
Change is in the air.