You hear chatter about climate change everywhere from corporate boardrooms to fashion runways these days. But in presidential-campaign coverage, nothing. John Edwards and Hillary Clinton offered explanations for the silence: Voters just aren't there yet. They aren't demanding answers from candidates, and until they do, the issue won't penetrate the Beltway press bubble. The candidate that connects will be the one that skips the icebergs, polar bears, and far-off dangers in favor of pragmatically making business a partner, not an enemy. Here's how: 1. Bribe them. 2. Create a green Apollo mission. 3. Cultivate a green lobby.