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  • Gore to young advocates: Battle industry lobbyists to turn the tide on climate

    04/16/2011 3:23:55 AM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 18 replies
    Gore to young advocates: Battle industry lobbyists to turn the tide on climate By Ben Geman - 04/15/11 09:10 PM ET Al Gore told young green energy advocates Friday that progress on global warming must come from a strong grassroots movement that can counter the oil and coal lobbies, which he alleged have “paralyzed” governments. Gore – who compared action on global warming to the Civil Rights movement – was the keynote speaker at Power Shift 2011, a Washington, D.C. conference attended largely by college students. “It’s true that governments by and large have been politically paralyzed because the energy...
  • Bush Snubs Gore's Global Warming Film

    05/24/2006 7:48:33 AM PDT · by KJC1 · 32 replies · 668+ views
    cbsnews/ap ^ | 5-24-06
    (AP) Is President Bush likely to see Al Gore's documentary about global warming? "Doubt it," Mr. Bush said coolly Monday. But Mr. Bush should watch it, Gore shot back. In fact, the former Democratic vice president offered to come to the White House any time, any day to show Mr. Bush either his documentary or a slide show on global warming that he's shown more than 1,000 times around the world. ---snip--- The White House said Mr. Bush already has acknowledged the impact of human behavior on global warming. "The president noted in 2001 the increase in temperatures over the...