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16/10/2013
Every woman in this story is confoundingly non-descript. Short hair, often grey. Conservative dress. Unmarried; soft-spoken. Most are well into their seventies, and all will tell you that their way of life is dying out. They will also tell you, ...   
25/5/2013
Climate change seems to have exacerbated the stupidity of US daily life, or maybe we’ve long suffered from the consequences of the capitalist mode of production, plus the negative spin offs from the massive US war machine. Both systems feed off ...   
21/5/2011
Going back throughout human history, people have always tried to explain events that happened that they didn't understand by giving all kinds of lame reasons for why they happened. Ignorance made them come up with many different superstitions to ...   
19/10/2010
Residents of this deeply conservative city do not put much stock in scientific predictions of climate change.“Don’t mention global warming,” warned Nancy Jackson, chairwoman of the Climate and Energy Project, a small nonprofit group that ...   
2/2/2010
How Can We Talk About Transformational Change Without Losing Hope? Every time we're subjected to more dramatic predictions of global warming without being given solutions, a seed of helplessness is planted in our souls. February 1, ...   
10/12/2009
To be or not to be, that is the question. --William Shakespeare, Hamlet A strange cloud envelops human civilization as its leaders fail to take the measures to protect it that they themselves endorsed just five months ago. It is ...   
2/11/2009
Al's Gore's much-anticipated sequel to An Inconvenent Truth is published today, with an admission that facts alone will not persuade Americans to act on global warming and that appealing to their spiritual side is the way forward. In his ...   
12/1/2009
I have just swallowed my greens--1,000 pages of them--and I am torn. If the planet warms by 6 degrees in my lifetime, as the climatologists say it really could, we will face vast and violent weather of mass destruction. The last time the world ...   
12/12/2008
Leaders will have to embrace tougher targets on reducing emissions if they want to prevent dangerous climate change, according to Al Gore. Speaking here at the UN climate conference, the former US presidential candidate said the ...   
12/10/2008
Beyond the howl of sled dogs echoing across this hilly coastal village is the thunderclap of ancient icebergs splitting apart, a deafening rumble you feel in your bones. There's no mistaking its big, loud, and powerful boom, a sound that ...   
18/7/2008
When I caught up with Al Gore at his home in Nashville last December, the former Vice President turned green guru was in a pensive mood. I was surprised — he was just finishing his Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech, which he was due ...   
29/2/2008
RALPH Nader announced this week he will stand again as a third-party candidate in November's US presidential election. Of course he is entitled to run and of course he won't win. Based on his miserable results from his previous ...   
5/1/2008
Last year ended with the incongruous image of 10,000 politicians, businessmen, activists and scientists from 190 countries emitting vast quantities of greenhouse gases as they flew home from Bali clutching the bare bones of a global ...   
14/10/2007
Al Gore's Nobel Peace Prize for his years of work on climate change has caused considerable speculation about whether he might be a late entry in the race for the White House, a subject on which he remains coy. But where does the former ...   
13/10/2007
On that bleak evening of 12 December 2000, when Al Gore sat huddled with his advisers pondering what seemed like life's crowning disappointment, the presidency of the United States snatched from him not by the voters but by the Supreme ...   
13/10/2007
Former Vice President Al Gore's early devotion to environmental issues, particularly climate change, for years inspired derision - "Ozone Man," President George H.W. Bush called him during the 1992 presidential ...   
13/10/2007
Al Gore didn't win the presidency in 2000, but by any measure he's had some pretty great consolations. He wrote a best-selling book about the global climate-change crisis, won an Academy Award this year for his environmentalist ...   
12/10/2007
The Nobel committee takes on climate change, International Herald Tribune
Al Gore and the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change are certainly worthy of this year's Nobel Peace Prize. Coming from different directions, they have done a remarkable job of calling the world's attention to what Gore rightly ...   
12/10/2007
Former Vice President Al Gore and the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo today for their campaigns against global warming. "His strong commitment, reflected in ...   
12/10/2007
Former Vice President Al Gore and the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change jointly won the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize Friday for their efforts to spread awareness of man-made climate change and to lay the foundations for ...   
12/10/2007
A Green Tipping Point, Time Magazine
Climate scientists are obsessed with finding tipping points, the levels at which the momentum for change becomes unstoppable. For environmentalists, 2007 is likely to be remembered as the tipping point when public understanding of the ...   
12/10/2007
Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore said he was honoured to share the Nobel Peace Prize with the U.N. climate panel on Friday for their work on global warming and said climate change is a moral, not political, issue. "We face ...   
12/10/2007
Al Gore won the Nobel Peace Prize today for warning the world about the dangers of global warming, and leading the campaign to persuade governments and individuals to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels. The former US ...   
28/8/2007
“We don’t know where the warming will go, but the worst case would be like our sister planet Venus, where it is 250 degrees Celsius, and where it rains sulfuric acid,” intoned Stephen Hawking, one of the world’s greatest scientists, in ...   
11/7/2007
Live Earth Lights Up Seven Continents, Environment News Service
Millions of viewers from around the world logged onto www.LiveEarth.MSN.com to experience Saturday’s Live Earth concerts happening on all seven continents and to confront the threat of global warming, while millions more watched the ...   

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