Al Gore

Climate change has been a topic of presidential (and vice presidential) debate for decades yet, it seems the same basic points are being litigated in 2020.
When the Supreme Court handed George W. Bush the White House, Jennifer Berdahl knew democracy was broken.
Trump lacks the "basic bedrock beliefs" upon which the U.S. was founded, the former vice president says.
Former vice president says Trump is learning the hard way to "pay attention to what the scientific facts are."
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.
"I don't mean to be flippant about it," the climate change advocate said.
The courts and Congress have managed to block some of Trump's policy proposals, Gore said.
A month after resigning from the Interior Department, I attended COP23, where the U.S. was very much a presence, even if our government was not.