It seems not a lot of people are interested in paying 100,000 dollars to hear Al Gore speak anymore. Or even to have some of the trained presenters do it for free.
Al Gore, a victim of climate change (translated from French by Google)
“Al Gore’s program The Climate Project (TCP) goal is to widely spread the film An Inconvenient Truth and to raise awareness about the climate emergency by a series of conferences throughout the world. He has suffered in recent months the Copenhagen setback and various ClimateGates. According to the list of events planned at the TCP site (link above), the monthly number of conferences reached a peak of 193 just before Copenhagen in October 2009 before a continuing “unprecedented” and “irreversible” decline down to a ‘collapse’ in recent months. For now, no conference is scheduled for 2011, which bodes ill for the continuation of the project. This is unquestionably one more sign of “climate fatigue” that affects the warming movement. We congratulate the performance of TCP fans who managed to mobilize 19,613 conferences so far! If they are angry at the idea that so much effort may also produce so meager results, it would be understandable.”
Yeah, it doesn’t look good for them, down 70% of an already minuscule market share in the last month. They didn’t even get much of a Climategate bump. I’d call it “flatlining”.
Graph from Alexa.com
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Also, thanks to WUWT reader Marcos José for the tip on the bookings and to reader Eduardo Ferreyra the translation.