An Inconvenient Truth 2 | Makes More Sense Than Rambo

an inconvenient truth 2 An Inconvenient Truth 2 | Makes More Sense Than Rambo

In my opinion, most movie sequels emerge half-cocked from a sea of greed. Just because a movie makes a ton of money or has a huge impact on people’s lives doesn’t mean the story warrants revisiting. Take, for example, the “Rocky” franchise. Or the “Rambo” movies. Enough is enough. Move on before it gets pathetic, before we’re subjected to “Rambo: The Colostomy Bag Years”.

Of course, it’s a different story if we’re talking about an Academy Award-winning documentary that raises worldwide awareness and inspires people to make healthy changes in the way they live. I’m talking about “The Inconvenient Truth”, which Al Gore now says we may be able to revisit as a part two.

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Al Gore Points Finger at the Press

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“In order to solve the climate crisis, we have to solve the democracy crisis,” said former Vice President Al Gore in a speech at the Technology, Entertainment and Design conference in Monterey, California.

I would tend to believe just about anything Al said and, according to a recent Wired article, Mr. Gore says that “68 percent of Americans now believed that human activity was responsible for global warming, and 69 percent believed the Earth was heating up in a significant way. But this, along with buying hybrids and installing solar panels, wasn’t enough Continue Reading / See Additional Photos

Stars Perform at Nobel Concert for Al Gore

al gore concert Stars Perform at Nobel Concert for Al Gore

How many concerts does it take to save the world? Evidently more than we’ve had thus far.

The most recent one, honoring Nobel Peace laureates Al Gore and the United Nations climate panel, was held last month in Oslo, Norway, drawing performers like Annie Lennox, Melissa Etheridge, Kylie Minogue and Alicia Keys.

The concert, intended to draw attention to what Gore calls the “planetary emergency” of global warming, was hosted by Uma Thurman and Kevin Spacey. “What we are hearing is that everyone needs to get very much involved with climate,” said Thurman, as quoted by the Sacramento Bee. “It’s coming to us. It’s coming to a theater near us, very, very near us.”

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Live Earth CD Helps Climate Crisis

live earth concerts 01 Live Earth CD Helps Climate Crisis

Remember Live Earth, the massive rock concert on July 7, 2007, organized by Al Gore and Kevin Wall, featuring 150 musical acts at eleven locations around the globe? It was broadcast in over 130 countries on television, radio and internet and viewed by a global audience of 2 billion.

Of course, you remember. If not, you should probably keep that to yourself.

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