I use linux, and I like to do all my command-line work within a single screen session, so that I can restart my graphical login and such without losing my terminals. However, when I log out and back into my graphical session, this changes all my session environment variables, such as DBus sessions. This means that after logging in again, my screen session now has the old (and wrong) environment variables. So now when I try to start graphical programs from my screen session, at best they emit a warning about not being able to connect to the session bus. At worst, they fail to start completely.
So, what I'm looking for is a way to modify environment variables in a running instance of screen, so that all subsequently-created screen windows will inherit the new environment variables. Is there a way to do this?