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Al Gore May 16
Replying to @KarennaGore
Virginians will be marching in Richmond for justice tomorrow. No to a toxic fracked gas compressor station in historically African-American community of Union Hill. Yes to clean renewable affordable energy for all. Join & others coming together for our shared future.
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Al Gore May 16
I encourage anyone committed to ending environmental racism in Virginia to join my daughter and other leaders marching in Richmond tomorrow.
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Al Gore May 14
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Al Gore May 13
I’m thrilled to see states and cities leading America’s transition from dirty to clean energy. If you want to be a part of that effort, apply for our upcoming leadership training in Minnesota:
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Al Gore May 9
Why hasn’t Congress taken action on the climate crisis for so long? One of the biggest reasons is the – better known as – for attacking policies and blocking action every step of the way.
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Al Gore May 7
This is leadership on the climate crisis: signed a bill that commits Washington State to 100% clean electricity by 2045. Proud of him and leaders & chapter members for helping to lead the grassroots movement to inspire action.
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Al Gore May 7
Robert Watson was heroic as the key manager of the ’s historic work on climate. And now he is the architect of this historic assessment on biodiversity!
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Al Gore May 2
Americans voted Democrats into the majority of the House of Representatives to help unleash a clean energy economy in America. Today the House delivered on that promise by passing H.R. 9 to maintain U.S. leadership and to keep us in the .
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Al Gore Apr 30
All 2020 Presidential candidates should take note: The climate crisis is now the most important priority for Democratic voters.
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Al Gore Apr 30
Want to help solve the climate crisis? Here are seven reasons to join me and our incredible team of experts at the training in Minnesota.
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Al Gore Apr 29
Encouraging news from Brazil where states – representing more than 50% of national carbon emissions – are moving forward on climate action & remain committed to the . Sound familiar? Pivotal leadership from ’s Alfredo Sirkis!
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Al Gore Apr 25
.’s new book “Falter” is a must-read for those grappling with hope and despair on the climate crisis. He paints a vivid portrait of the complex issues facing us as a species - and how we can move forward. I’m thankful to Bill for his leadership.
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Al Gore Apr 24
Rising temperatures worsen poor air quality, disproportionately affecting vulnerable communities. 's report should inspire action: 43% of Americans now live in places with unhealthy air.
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Al Gore Apr 22
What we should remember today and every day: We share Mother Earth as our only home. There is no Planet B. Happy everyone! Beautiful photo courtesy of ’s satellite.
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Al Gore Apr 18
NYC passed a to drastically cut climate pollution from buildings, its largest source of emissions. If America’s biggest city can do it, other cities can follow its model – go after large sources, work with constituent groups, and deliver cleaner air and new jobs.
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Al Gore Apr 18
I support the calls for the DNC to hold a . Americans need to hear the candidates’ ideas and policy proposals to confront the most important issue of this campaign and of our lives: how to urgently solve the climate crisis.
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Al Gore Apr 17
I’ve met both of these incredible young women recently, and I continue to be inspired as they unapologetically speak truth to power. Keep fighting & like your world depends on it!
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Al Gore Apr 17
Extreme weather cost the global economy over $500 billion in damages in 2017 and 2018. Now Wall Street firms are measuring the risk of extreme weather to assets. It’s smart policy, good business, and morally critical that financial institutions act.
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Al Gore Apr 9
Today the new president committed to maintaining the Bank’s climate change action plan and its policy against lending for new coal-fired power plants. The world will be watching to ensure he follows through on these commitments.
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Al Gore Apr 5
Great reporting from . Don’t be fooled by insidious advertising ploys from fossil fuel companies and climate deniers as they take strategies right out of the tobacco industry's misinformation playbook.
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