The environment is like a child, let us take good care of her!

Myron 2022-04-20 09:01:44

Tell more people that our earth is undergoing a change. The wind will be stronger and stronger, the water will rise where it should not be, the earth's crust will continue to sink, and the sea water will continue to rise. Plants, animals, including human beings are all part of the earth Human beings are very fortunate to have been chosen by nature to evolve into intelligent creatures, and it is precisely the reckless behavior and shortsightedness of human beings that has brought this change to the earth. Now we humans still have a chance, and only we humans can save nature, and humans must stand Come out and take responsibility. Plant grass where grass can live, trees where trees can live, be kind to any species. If we can successfully emerge from this transformation, then the civilization of our planet will start a new page.

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AL GORE Former Vice President Al

Gore is Chairman of Current TV. He also serves as Chairman of Generation Investment Management. Al Gore is a member of the Board of Directors of Apple Computer, Inc. and a Senior Advisor to Google, Inc. Al Gore is a Visiting Professor at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

Al Gore was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1976 and served four terms. He was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1984 and 1990, and was inaugurated as the 45th Vice President of the United States on January 20, 1993. During the Administration, Al Gore was a central member of President Clinton's economic team. He served as President of the Senate, a Cabinet member, a member of the National Security Council, and as the leader of a wide range of Administration initiatives.

Al Gore led the Clinton Administration's efforts to protect the global environment and authored a best selling book on the topic, Earth in the Balance: Ecology and the Human Spirit (1992).

Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, reside in Nashville, Tennessee

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  • Wilfrid 2021-12-15 08:01:03

    Gore's appeal is really strong, of course, he holds the data and facts in his hand. The interspersion of Gore's personal life may be maliciously speculated as unclear motives, and doubts should disappear in the face of such an excellent environmental documentary that awakens the public.

  • Ferne 2022-03-22 09:01:55

    actions can do more than words. if you believe in prayer, pray that people will find the strength to change

An Inconvenient Truth quotes

  • Al Gore: We have the ability to do this. Each one of us is a cause of global warming, but each of us can make choices to change that. With the things we buy, the electricity we use, the cars we drive, we can make choices to bring our individual carbon emissions to zero. The solutions are in our hands. We just have to have the determination to make them happen. Are we gonna be left behind as the rest of the world moves forward?

    [on the screen behind him, a list of countries appears]

    Al Gore: All of these nations have ratified Kyoto. There are only two advanced nations in the world that have not ratified Kyoto, and we are one of them. The other is Australia.

    [on the screen, a map of the United States is shown]

    Al Gore: Luckily, several states are taking the initiative. The nine northeastern states have banded together on reducing CO2. Uh, California and Oregon are taking the initiative. Pennsylvania is exercising leadership on solar power and wind power. And U.S. cities are stepping up to the plate.

    [on the screen, a list of cities appears, to applause]

    Al Gore: One after the other, we have seen all of these cities pledge to take on global warming.

  • Al Gore: Ultimately, this question comes down to this. Are we, as Americans, capable of doing great things even though they are difficult? Are we capable of rising above ourselves and above history? Well, the record indicates that we do have that capacity. We formed a nation, we fought a revolution, and brought something new to this earth, a free nation guaranteeing individual liberty. America made a moral decision that slavery was wrong, and that we could not be half free and half slave. We, as Americans, decided that of course women should have the right to vote. We defeated totalitarianism and won a war in the Pacific and the Atlantic simultaneously. We desegregated our schools. And we cured fearsome diseases like polio. We landed on the moon! The very example of what's possible when we are at our best. We worked together in a completely bipartisan way to bring down communism. We have even solved a global environmental crisis before, the hole in the stratospheric ozone layer. This was said to be an impossible problem to solve, because it's a global environmental challenge requiring cooperation from every nation in the world. But we took it on. And the United States took the lead in phasing out the chemicals that caused that problem. So now we have to use our political processes in our democracy, and then decide to act together to solve those problems. But we have to have a different perspective on this one. It's different from any problem we have ever faced before.