Al Gore


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Vice President of the United States under Bill Clinton (born in 1948)

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Al Gore, who has received a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts on raising awareness on climate change, said that humans are treating Earth's atmosphere "like it is an open sewer".
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Al Gore at the UN Climate Conference
During Cannes Lions, Al Gore will also participate in the Cannes Debate with Sir Martin Sorrell on Friday 26 June in the Grand Audi.
"Considering the progress and timely relevance of advancements in green technology, we are eager to hear Al Gore's compelling exploration into cutting-edge innovations.
But spokesmen for Prince Charles and Kate Moss said sharing was impractical, and Al Gore's spokesman said: "When security issues and scheduling allow, Mr Gore travels commercially - the best option for greenhouse gas emissions."
A HUDDERSFIELD hospital boss has been rubbing shoulders with top American politician Al Gore.
ITEM: Former Vice President Al Gore, reported the Associated Press on December 17, "says there is a 'temptation' to suppress scientific findings that don't agree with policy and urges scientists to take a more active role in communicating research with the public.
Thank you for the timely article "Points of Light." With this article and Al Gore's film, An Inconvenient Truth, I do not understand why the world will not wake up to the irreversible damage being done to our planet by global warming.
Vice President Al Gore, who was running for president at the time, disregarded his own administration's policy by making a pilgrimage to Florida to support the bid of Florida's expatriate Cuban leadership to hold the boy in the United States.
Yet he maintains a personal affection for former Vice President Al Gore, whom he first encountered while covering technology issues for The Economist and other publications in Washington in the late 1980s and early '90s.
Al Gore learned it after he'd been tagged by the media as a serial embellisher (with a huge assist from the Bush campaign).
Sure, Al Gore uses PowerPoint magnificently in his film An Inconvenient Truth, except that he uses Apple's Keynote software, your fourth-graders are not AL Gore, and the former vice president has an authentic audience for his message.
Due to the stunning popularity of Al Gore's film An Inconvenient Truth, which looks an awful lot like those public service documentaries they used to show during sixth period in the high school auditorium--The United States Department of Agriculture: Fun and Helpful!
In David Guggenheim's new documentary former Vice President Al Gore (who calls himself the man "who used to be the next president of the United States") makes it clear that the most dangerous secret being kept from the American public is not that Jesus wed Mary Magdalene but that global warming is not a "theory."