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DRAMATIC VIDEO From Global Warming Pile-Up In Wyoming

Earlier this week Mother Nature conspired with Al Gore to dump 10 inches of Global Warming on Wyoming. The results were tragic: There were reports of multiple deaths but judging from the footage it’s a miracle there weren’t many more … Continue reading ?

Could rooftop solar lead people to ‘defect’ from the power grid? Unlikely, analysts say

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Former Vice President Al Gore stood before a crowd of renewables investors, analysts and clean energy industry executives and declared the electric power grid in the U.S. as much of a technological dinosaur as landline telephones. Gore, speaking in New York City at the Bloomberg New Energy...

Debate: Can America Get to 100% Renewable Energy by 2050? [PODCAST]

In 2008, when Al Gore called for America to get 100% from its electricity from renewables, he was widely mocked. Even supporters who understood it was a rhetorical point understood how difficult it would be to achieve. But suppose the timeframe were stretched out to 2050. Would it really be that crazy? read more

Al Gore: Cheap Coal is a Lie

This is from Al Gore and David Blood (it is relatively long, so you may want to "read the whole thing"). Comments?: Cheap coal is a lie – stand up to the industry’s cynical fightback: It is becoming increasingly difficult...

Hillary won’t be spared: The bogus “challenger” narrative that won’t die

Pundits insist another candidate will improve her brutal press coverage. A lot of good it did Al Gore in 2000

Six 2015 NFL Draft Picks Who Could Be Opening-Game Starters for Detroit Lions

The Detroit Lions might be enjoying their greatest stretch of stability since the Internet was just a gleam in Al Gore's eye. Most of the starting lineup has been settled for weeks, and plenty of starters will look familiar come Week 1. But not every gap in the lineup has been filled. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Here’s what it would look like if Imperial forces invaded Los Angeles

Back when Al Gore invented the internet, it was already essentially a repository for pictures of dinosaur bones and detailed maps of the Star Wars galaxy. With each passing year, users have gotten a little better at acknowledging that...Show More Summary

Would A Primary Challenger Improve Hillary Clinton's Press Coverage? It Didn't Help Al Gore

Hillary Clinton's race for the White House might be historic in more than ways than one. Not only would a successful presidential campaign usher in a new era of a female president, but if Clinton ends up running unopposed during theShow More Summary

Grumpy Cat Helps Link Awareness and Engagement [VIDEO]

What do Grumpy Cat and The Fat Jew have in common with Presidential appointee Megan Smith? And what does that tell us about marketing? (And what do Canadians know about Al Gore?)

Bush v. Gore 2000 -- Cruz v. Constitution 2016?

Remember the 2000 presidential elections? Vice President Al Gore won the popular vote. But for 31 days after the election, no one knew whether he or Texas Governor George W. Bush had prevailed in Florida winning the needed electoral votes that would determine the nation's 43rd president. Show More Summary

And here we have been told it’s ‘climate disruption’ causing local weather changes, when it’s actually deforestation

From the University of Maryland the department of Al Gore’s Kilimanjaro claims: Deforestation is messing with our weather — and our food New study, the first of its kind, investigates cooling and warming effects of forests at both a global scale and a high spatial resolution Annapolis, Md — New research published today in Nature…

What California Can Teach Other States about Climate Change

2006 was a good year for environmentalists. Al Gore had just released his documentary about climate change, “An Inconvenient Truth,” to enthusiastic appraisals, and was travelling across the U.S. to spread the word. David Denby wrote,...Show More Summary

QUICK NEWS, March 30: TEXAS TOWN GOES 100% NEW ENERGY TO SAVE $$$; LOW COST SOLAR OPPORTUNITIES; RESILIENCE MICROGRIDS TO BOOM

TEXAS TOWN GOES 100% NEW ENERGY TO SAVE $$$ Texas city opts for 100% renewable energy – to save cash, not the planet; Georgetown, Texas decision not about going green: ‘I’m probably the furthest thing from an Al Gore clone you couldShow More Summary

Morning Reads for Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

The USS Missouri (above), the last battleship in America’s Navy, was decommissioned on this date in 1992.  It’s also the birthday of Cesar Chavez and Al Gore, the day the Eiffel Tower opened, and the day Lyndon Johnson announced he would not seek a second term in office. Show More Summary

I WOULD HAVE PICKED AL GORE FOR THAT ROLE, JOWLS AND ALL: “Is California Gov. Jerry Brown becomin…

I WOULD HAVE PICKED AL GORE FOR THAT ROLE, JOWLS AND ALL: “Is California Gov. Jerry Brown becoming the Jerry Falwell of the left?”

The Internet is a cranky newborn in this 'Halt and Catch Fire' Season 2 clip

LOS ANGELES — It's messy, it's gnarly, it's not without complications: It's the birth of the Internet, and Al Gore is nowhere in sight. At the end of the first season of AMC's Halt and Catch Fire, Cameron (Mackenzie Davis) was just booting...Show More Summary

Why Doesn’t the Republican Party Fight Climate Change?

Above: History’s greatest monster oppressing Republicans by talking about climate change Al Gore of course, at least according to VERY SERIOUS presidential candidate Lindsey Graham.

Has Flying Become More Eco-Friendly Than Driving?

Wealthy environmentalists such as Al Gore and Laurie David get a lot of stick for flying around the world in private jets. That’s because the positive greening effects of riding a bike or driving a Prius can be easily undone by using...Show More Summary

Another example of John Kerry’s self-delusion?

My colleague Glenn Kessler recently did a masterful, four-Pinocchio takedown of Secretary of State John Kerry’s entirely false claim that “Al Gore, Tim Wirth, and a group of us organized the first hearings in the Senate on [climate change], 1988. We heard Jim Hansen sit in front of us and tell us it’s happening now, […]

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