First 2020 debates spent 15 minutes on climate change. What did we learn?
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First 2020 debates spent 15 minutes on climate change. What did we learn?

With 20 Democrats and limited time, the debates were heavy on sound bites, but offered some insights into candidates’ ideas. Could a climate-only debate do better?
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