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Al Gore Jul 15
For too long, big energy companies have stacked the deck against consumers. Nowhere is this more apparent than Dominion Energy’s power grab in VA. I stand with this broad transpartisan coalition of citizens fighting monopolies for competitive markets.
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Al Gore Jul 10
Attention Florida! If you’re concerned about the climate crisis, join youth-led , founded by leader , at the in Miami this weekend. Register here!
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Al Gore Jul 9
I’ve always had the utmost respect for Ross Perot, for his patriotism, love of country, and extraordinary commitment to our veterans. I send my deepest condolences to his family and to everyone who loved and admired him.
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Al Gore Jul 8
Replying to @algore
President Trump is refusing to see reality. Eliminating protections while mouthing misleading false claims of clean air and water are meant to deceive and deflect. It’s time for bold leadership on the most critical issue of our time. 4/4
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Al Gore Jul 8
Replying to @algore
American voters aren’t fooled by the President’s attempts to cover up his failed environmental record. Millions are suffering from devastating heat waves, flooded agricultural lands, 60 large wildfires across nearly a dozen states, and many more impacts of the climate crisis. 3/4
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Al Gore Jul 8
Replying to @algore
Partly due to pervasive leaks, natural gas is just as bad as coal, heating up our planet and polluting our communities. Anything less than urgent support for clean energy solutions and the jobs they create is grossly irresponsible and a failure of leadership. 2/4
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Al Gore Jul 8
In his speech today, the President erroneously pointed to natural gas as a clean energy solution. Fracking is a losing game – it produces a dangerous carbon fuel that’s worsening the climate crisis. 1/4
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Al Gore Jul 7
Encouraging statement from acknowledging the risk of stranded assets as the market increasingly favors renewable sources of energy. Major oil & gas companies have an opportunity to play a positive role in the transition to a clean energy economy.
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Al Gore Jul 1
Weather disasters have cost the U.S. economy $358 billion over the past two years. has joined the community of insurers recognizing the inherent risk of the climate crisis on their business. Others should follow suit.
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Al Gore Jun 26
Countless debates have passed without a serious discussion of the climate crisis. That must change, starting tonight. Millions of voters will be watching the to hear how candidates will address the most urgent issue of our time.
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Al Gore Jun 26
To achieve goals, companies need to drastically decarbonize their business. Yet despite its stated support, wants to drill for 30 million barrels of new oil! This must be held to account - actions speak louder than words.
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Al Gore Jun 20
Proud to have played a small role in enabling this innovative approach to studying glacial ice melt and the effects of the climate crisis. Great story showing all that humanity has done and can continue to do using formerly secret satellite imagery.
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Al Gore Jun 19
New York’s commitment to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 is critical if we’re going solve the climate crisis in time. Kudos to the stakeholders that pushed for this, and to for seeing it through.
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Al Gore Jun 18
Support for clean energy - and its job and economic opportunities - cuts across demographic and political backgrounds. In Alabama, 75% now favor expansion of renewable energy!
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Al Gore Jun 17
The application deadline for the next Leadership training has been extended to June 26. Join me in Minneapolis, along with climate scientists and social justice experts to learn how you can :
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Al Gore Jun 14
Replying to @Target
We need leaders to move urgently to adopt clean energy if we’re going to stave off the worst impacts of the climate crisis. This week, took an important step forward by committing to 100% renewable energy.
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Al Gore Jun 14
Replying to @algore
Historic heatwaves in India – with temps rising to as high as 123 degrees F – have tragically killed 36 people.
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Al Gore Jun 14
More concerning effects of the climate crisis were starkly evident around the world this week. Unprecedented Arctic melting is altering ecosystems and disrupting weather patterns, among other impacts.
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Al Gore Jun 7
More evidence that the climate movement is only building. Great Leadership training this week in Brisbane where we doubled the number of Australian Climate Reality Leaders! Thanks mates for being a cause of hope in our efforts to !
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Al Gore Jun 6
I’m continually inspired by the Leaders around the world who are translating their passions and the skills they learn at our trainings into action. I’m speaking with a few of them now. You can join us live on my Instagram page!
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