Al Gore and Michael Mann were laughed off the stage – again – for claiming this winter’s cold and snowy weather, in fact, strengthens the case that global warming is a real and present danger. Shortly thereafter, a study was published that suggests the Earth will become a “DESERT” by 2050 if global warming isn’t stopped.” […]
Despite Trump's regulatory rollbacks, Gore sees signs of progress everywhere — in India, China, Norway and even the United States.
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When you hear “global warming” what do you imagine? First, you probably think of Al Gore (or ManBearPig, if you’re into that.) Next, you likely imagine rising temperatures that cause
Honorable mentions: Bill Clinton, Cher, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Stephen Colbert, Carmen Yulín Cruz, Lauren Duca, Lena Dunham, Keith Ellison, Jill Filipovich, Al Franken, Kirsten Gillibrand, Al Gore, Al Green, Kamala Harris, Chris
NINE YEARS AGO THIS MONTH— Al Gore predicted the North Polar Ice Cap would be completely ice free in five years. Gore made the prediction to a German audience in 2008. He told them that “the entire North ‘polarized’ cap will disappear...Show More Summary
Remember when they called it “Global warming?” After all those Al Gore predictions failed to come true, it was rebranded to “Climate Change” but the argument was still the same:
Sometime after Al Gore invented the internet, judges started including internet sources in their decisions. That was then. Now the American Bar Association has invented guidelines for how judges should use the internet for legal research. And if you believe that Gore invented the internet or that the ABA......
Donald Trump has threatened to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement – making America the only country on earth to opt out of the climate accord. Al Gore is captured in the new film An Inconvenient Sequel looking distressed at the election of Trump in 2016. Show More Summary
HEY, IF AL GORE COULD GET A GRAMMY, THIS SHOULD QUALIFY:
With Donald Trump in the White House, it’s been a rough year for climate optimism. But in his annual “24 Hours of Reality” broadcast, the former Vice President wants to motivate people by highlighting progressive initiatives unfolding...Show More Summary
Al Gore On The Speed And Reach Of The New Energy Revolution Why Al Gore isn't giving up the climate change fight; ‘We’re in the early stages of a global sustainability revolution that has the magnitude of the Industrial Revolution but...Show More Summary
Every single global warming prediction has failed to materialize. Fear of global warming is exaggerated. Al Gore’s doomsday clock expired and we are all still standing and the North Pole still has ice. But facts don’t matter to liberal hacks determined to destroy the United States. Show More Summary
TOKYO - A sequel to former U.S. Vice President Al Gore's climate change documentary and a Japan-China collaboration by renowned Chinese director Chen Kaige are among the highlights of the 30th Tokyo International Film Festival, organizers said Tuesday.This year's festival, from Oct. Show More Summary
JOHN PHILLIPS: Al Gore’s Dark Past Is An Inconvenient Truth. Some on the left are even suggesting that we reexamine the way we look at former President John F. Kennedy, in light of new information regarding how he treated female employees in the White House. However, one prominent name has managed to stay off of […]
These are items currently, and possibly for only a short time, in Kindle format for two bucks. This is a mixture of books that I either thought you would already know about and want, or maybe didn’t know about but should. An Inconvenient...Show More Summary
An Inconvenient Sequel – the science, history, and politics of climate change; Al Gore’s new film is worth watching John Abraham, 15 November 2017 (UK Guardian) “…[Al Gore’s new movie An Inconvenient Sequel gets the science right] that...Show More Summary
Former US vice president Al Gore delivers his speech during the closing ceremony of the Tokyo International Film Festival in Tokyo on November 3, 2017. Al Gore’s new movie ‘An Inconvenient Sequel’ is, in some ways, similar to his groundbreaking Inconvenient Truth project, but different in other ways. First, it gives some of the science of climate change.
The Assault on Reason: Our Information Ecosystem, from the Age of Print to the Age of Trump, 2017 Edition by Al Gore is a book you may want to read, and if that is the case, be aware that it is currently available for $1.99 in Kindle format. Show More Summary