A U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Friday reveals Apple board member Al Gore this week sold 215,437 shares of AAPL stock worth about $29.5 million.
Former US Vice President Al Gore sold 215,437 shares of Apple this week at an average price of $136.72 per share — a transaction netting him about $29.4 million. This transaction was disclosed in a filing with the SEC, which you can read here. Show More Summary
Frequent and faster spreading disease outbreaks have been linked to higher temperatures, according to new studies. During the recent Climate and Health meeting hosted by former Vice President Al Gore, speakers addressed the effects of...Show More Summary
ATLANTA — The climate crisis will have significant effects on health, but “we do have solutions at hand,” former U.S. Vice President Al Gore said today. Some of the health risks that Gore, an environmental expert, a book author and a...Show More Summary
NEW YORK, Feb 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A climate-change conference canceled just before the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump was resurrected on Thursday as former Vice President Al Gore said it was vital to "fill a void" on climate change. Show More Summary
The health risks of climate change, and their potential solutions, were discussed here today in Atlanta.
Former Vice President Al Gore says more attention must be paid to the health consequences of climate change. He called on scientists, health officials and health care providers to work … Click to Continue »
After the premiere of 'An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power', Al Gore joined David Suzuki, Amy Goodman, and more to talk about the intersection of filmmaking, storytelling, and activism “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” Earns...Show More Summary
ANALYSIS: TRUE. MSNBC’S Morning Joe: You Know, Democrats Haven’t Really Moved Beyond 2006. Actually, I think they haven’t really moved beyond 2000. Al Gore’s withdrawn concession in that race opened up a psychic wound that has never really healed.
This month the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) called off a Climate and Health Summit - and many suspect it's because of President Donald Trump's dubious views on climate change. Fortunately, environmentalist Al Gore...Show More Summary
The CDC’s climate change conference has yet to be rescheduled, but a new alternative event has just been confirmed, albeit without the government’s participation. And it’s all thanks to former U.S. Vice President and climate change awareness advocate Al Gore. Show More Summary
The media elite, Democratic politicians and leftist constituencies are more unhinged now than they were when George W. Bush beat Al Gore in 2000, and that is a mouthful.. This post Pot-Kettle Media Call Trump Insecure appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
The CDC canceled a climate change summit after Trump's inauguration, calling it a "strategic retreat." Now, Al Gore is ensuring the summit will happen anyway.
An abruptly postponed conference on climate change and its effects on human health is going to take place after all — thanks to Al Gore. But there’s a caveat: The conference’s original sponsor — the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — won’t be involved. Georges Benjamin, executive director...
Environmental and public health officials hope as many as 200 scientists and public health experts will attend.
Shorter conference will “preserve the focus” of the one cancelled by the CDC.
Former Vice President Al Gore is hosting his own climate change summit after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention abruptly canceled the one it had been planning for months. Gore announced Thursday that he’ll hold the Climate & Health Meeting in Atlanta on Feb. Show More Summary
Climate Change crusader Al Gore has agreed to host a summit on climate change and health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. According to a report from The Hill, the original summit was organized by many different non-profit groups that teamed up with the American Public Health...
A canceled conference on climate change and health is back on but apparently minus the U.S. government. Former Vice President Al Gore, the University of Washington, the Harvard Global Health … Click to Continue »
It may not be the most romantic way to spend Valentine’s Day, but Dr. Georges Benjamin had been looking forward to a trip to Atlanta. On Feb. 14, he said, he was scheduled to speak along with former Vice President Al Gore at the opening session of a conference hosted by the Centers for Disease...