Gogoro, which wants to redefine urban transportation to make it more sustainable, announced today that it has raised a whopping $300 million to further its mission. New investors Temasek, Al Gore’s Generation Investment Management, Sumitomo Corporation, and ENGIE joined existing investors Dr. Samuel Yin, founder of the Tang Prize and chairman of Ruentex Group; Panasonic; […]
Campaigners want a vast area of floating garbage in the ocean to be the world's newest country—and they've already got more would-be citizens than some real countries. Al Gore is on board as the first honorary citizen of the "Trash Isles," which is what activists are calling the Great...
Go see “An Inconvenient Sequel”. It’s entertaining, educational, inspiring and even better than “An Inconvenient Truth”. It
Right-wing critics say the former vice president's wealth is hypocritical. By making his fortune a talking point, he could beef up his climate gospel.
HILLARY’S LATEST EXCUSE: Matt Lauer and NBC Were Helping Trump. Hillary is dusting off Al Gore’s old rightwing media bias claim to explain her loss — but how did NBC erase Wisconsin off Hillary’s map?
It’s been noted many, many times by many, many Skeptics, including myself, that it was almost 12 years since the last major hurricane struck the United States, the longest period
Twice this week, PBS's Tavis Smiley show has hosted guests from the far-left The Nation magazine, giving them an unchallenged forum to promote their views of the Trump administration and Republicans. On Tuesday, John Nichols -- promoting...Show More Summary
Did you watch 'An Inconvenient Sequel'? Probably not. But you should.
OPEN YOUR EYES, SHEEPLE.
Since Al Gore is a fan of “inconvenient truths” here’s one for him: Nobody cares about what he has to say. I even have scientific evidence to prove it. Who
INCONVENIENT: Al Gore Outsold On Kindle By An E-Book Debunking ‘An Inconvenient Sequel.’ (Via SDA.)
The talk-radio host accused media and retailers of creating hurricane anxiety in order to advance Al Gore and other liberals’ “wrong” agenda on climate change.
How can America's Most Ubiquitous Conservative Public Intellectual possibly explain how his Republican Party's position on climate change went from this -- [embed eid="25593" /] -- to this -- [embed eid="25594" /] -- in just ten years? Was...Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) Renewable energy, along with unicorn flop sweat, Al Gore’s organic gasses, and moonbeams always get the ink for the “future of energy.” And don’t forget how Tom Friedman and others like to remind us that China is going to overtake the U.S. Show More Summary
TIME speaks with leaders who are sounding alarms about the environment
Delighted to see that Roy Spencer’s e-book, “An Inconvenient Deception: How Al Gore Distorts Climate Science and Energy Policy,” is trouncing Gore’s own book “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” on the Amazon e-book rankings – despite...Show More Summary
Al Gore's latest climate change film couldn't draw a crowd. Here's why. Few films receive the avalanche of positive press An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power enjoyed. Reporters uncritically shared Al Gore’s climate change mantra in virtually every media outlet. Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) Ten years ago, after An Inconvenient Truth appeared, I produced by own 48-minute video lecture on what’s wrong with Al Gore’s account of the whole matter, which I called An Inconvenient Truth—Or Convenient Fiction? (It’s...Show More Summary
Al Gore's new climate change film features a familiar face. John Stossel writes: I was surprised to discover that Al Gore's new movie begins with words from me! While icebergs melt dramatically, Gore plays a clip of me saying, "An Inconvenient Truth won him an Oscar, yet much of the movie is nonsense. Show More Summary