Al Gore

former Vice President of the United States

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Former Vice President of the United States turned climate change activist; author of The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change and star of the film An Inconvenient Truth; chairman of the Climate Reality Project, a nonprofit devoted to solving the climate crisis and co-recipient of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize

Al Gore on KCRW

Ten years ago this week, Al Gore's slide show about global warming was turned into the documentary  An Inconvenient Truth , viewed since by millions of people all over the world.

Al Gore Reflects on Climate Change, Democrats' Divide

Ten years ago this week, Al Gore's slide show about global warming was turned into the documentary An Inconvenient Truth , viewed since by millions of people all over the world.

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Al Gore is the former Vice President, a Nobel Prize winner, documentary producer and best-selling author. He's Chair of the Climate Reality Project.

Al Gore on 'The Future'

Al Gore is the former Vice President, a Nobel Prize winner, documentary producer and best-selling author. He's Chair of the Climate Reality Project.

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