Former Vice President Al Gore is teaming up with the popular musician Pharrell Williams, among others, to put together a Live Earth music event that’s intended to spur action on anthropogenic climate change, according to recent reports. Show More Summary
The liberal darling al Gore has come up with a brilliant new plan, according to the Daily Caller. For the low price of only 90 TRILLION (yes, TRILLION) dollars, we
The news from Davos last week — that Al Gore is reviving his Live Earth music festival, and that Pharrell Williams will serve as creative director — should make everyone … happy. Not just because …
This year’s prize brought in a record 1,111 entries from 84 countries — 597 submissions in the Large Corporation, SME, Nonprofit, and Global High Schools categories, as well as 514 nominations for the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Our friend Giles Parkinson, one of the best clean energy journalists and bloggers in the world, got the second question in to Al Gore at the Zayed Future Energy Prize press conference last week. (It was actually the only question other...Show More Summary
The World Economic Forum in Davos is in full grandiose swing. Aside from the questionable message of having Al Gore and Pharrell Williams relaunch the Live Earth concert at an event that attendees reportedly used over 1700 private flights...Show More Summary
As Al Gore likes to bellow, the debate is over. The US Senate has voted 98-1 that “climate change,” as global warming is now called in light of it not
Former vice president and eco warrior Al Gore is teaming up with singer Pharrell Williams to to produce the Live Earth festival this summer, carbon footprint not withstanding.
[guest post by Dana] As you know, the World Economic Forum at Davos is currently taking place. It’s where the beautiful people and the ruling class put their heads together, squint really hard and try to solve world problems. This year, as it usually goes, our betters hypocritically arrived in their private jets – 1,700 […]
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, you hear of a lot of vague platitudes about job creation, inequality and economic growth. Some of the ideas you hear being floated are impossibly ambitious, like Al Gore's $90 trillion scheme toShow More Summary
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The hip-hop mogul announced today at the World Economic Forum summit in Davos that he and Al Gore are organizing Live Earth: Road to Paris.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, former Vice President Al Gore addressed the need to build public will to seriously address the global challenges presented by climate change.
Former Vice President Al Gore and pop star Pharrell Williams unveiled plans at the World Economic Forum to build support for combating climate change through a worldwide music concert.
More than seven years ago, Al Gore and producer Kevin Wall decided to save the world with an event called Live Earth. Designed to raise awareness about the dangers of climate change, Live Earth featured a bunch of musical acts—including...Show More Summary
The concerts will be held on 7 continents on June 18
Pharrell and Al Gore have announced that they'll put on Live Earth concerts on June 18 in Paris, New York, Rio de Janeiro, Beijing, Sydney and Cape Town this year to raise awareness for climate change, Reuters reports. Lineups...
Pop star is teaming up with Al Gore and producer Kevin Wall to pull off a "Live Earth" concert on seven continents