Now, he’s just discarding his position in exactly the same way Al Gore did.
"His voice is the voice of climate denial," the former vice president told "Daily Show" host Trevor Noah.
It's a "transparent attempt to continue the campaign of denying and suppressing the best of climate science," one co-author says.
The courts and Congress have managed to block some of Trump's policy proposals, Gore said.
Governors, mayors and business leaders want to prove we're not all deniers.
Right-wing critics say the former vice president's wealth is hypocritical. By making his fortune a talking point, he could beef up his climate gospel.
“An Inconvenient Sequel” entered a much different movie market than “An Inconvenient Truth," but criticism ignores its streaming and global impact.
He wants to be seen as loyal, but no previous second-in-line had a personal PAC.
Go see “An Inconvenient Sequel”. It’s entertaining, educational, inspiring and even better than “An Inconvenient Truth”. It