Director Davis Guggenheim eloquently weaves the science of global warming with Al Gore’s personal history and lifelong commitment to reversing the effects of global climate change in one of the most talked-about documentary’s of all time.
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A more inconvenient truth: We've had (naturally occurring) changes in earth's climate for thousand of years. It was only recently that politicians figured out how to make more money by taxing the citizens for those changes.
Al Gore won my respect with this documentary. Making a real case for the effect of global warming: erratic weather extremes of hot and cold. Naomi Klein's 'This Changes Everything' should make an effective literary companion piece.
DVD. I used it today as an introductory vehicle for future lessons on climate change and global warming. I had never seen it before and always suspected that, as usual, the hype had to do with the subject and not the construction and i wasn't mistaken. I didn't know that on the way there were several deviations to the protagonist's magnificence - and the way it's done is debatable. Very much so. Just pedagogical.
@ BIMA GORDHI:
Pretty much everything mentioned in "the great global warming swindle" has been discredited by the use of SCIENCE and FACT.
I believe this was a catalyst to get a consensus among the public to accept that global warming is happening.
The difficult of predicting the future and the effects of global warming. It may happen and maybe not, but do you care enough to make the catastrophe happen and if not - do you want to pay with your life or your money? It is a preachy instruction movie but Al Gore is an engaging preacher that would have made a better president than some other that I have seen. Anyhow, the real bastards of pollution are businesses.