Don’t Mention the Gigantic New Coal Mine: Al Gore’s Paid Climate Speech Avoids Uncomfortable Local Issues

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Aussie federal government funded ABC is surprised that Al Gore has skirted around pointing out the screaming coal hypocrisy of his hosts, the Queensland State Government, who just paid Gore $320K AU of taxpayer’s money to visit Queensland. Al Gore speaks in Brisbane but avoids an inconvenient elephant in…

Former communications director, and spokesperson for Al Gore, Named Chief of Content, Communications, and Public Affairs for National Geographic Society.

Oy. Earlier in her career, Kreider served as senior vice president at Fenton Communications specializing in global warming and the environment. She also worked for a decade in the nonprofit sector directing environmental programs and was a Truman Scholar-in-Residence in the Clinton administration. She is a graduate of Rollins College where she earned a degree…

Maue on Gore

Another of Dr. Maue’s excellent twitter threads. Al Gore's climate presentations use recent headlines — falsely conflating weather and climate change — to "catalyze a solution to the climate crisis" Tornadoes are the most recent example. https://t.co/wkiK6cYc9Y pic.twitter.com/JAQi4BwX6T — Ryan Maue (@RyanMaue) June 3, 2019 Gore's tactics are no different than the itinerant preachers of…

Al Gore Predicts a 2020 Political Climate Change Tipping Point

Guest essay by Eric Worrall I guess after getting the science wrong so many times Al Gore feels safer predicting a political tipping point than another dodgy “Ice Free Arctic” prediction. Al Gore: America Is Close to a ‘Political Tipping Point’ on Climate Change The former vice president discusses how the politics of the environment…

Texas City Featured In Al Gore’s ‘Inconvenient Sequel’ Lost Millions In Its Green Energy Gamble, Plus reality denial from the BBC

From The Daily Caller Millions In Its Green Energy Gamble Michael Bastasch | Energy Editor                                                                      10:55 PM 12/18/2018 | Energy The city of Georgetown, Texas, lost nearly $7 million this year on its green energy contracts. Al Gore featured the city in his “Inconvenient Sequel” film, which was released in 2017. Mayor Dale Ross said…