An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power (2017)- “Flooding” – Paramount Pictures


An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power is in theaters July 28, 2017

A decade after AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH brought the climate crisis into the heart of popular culture, comes the riveting and rousing follow-up that shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution. Former Vice President Al Gore continues his tireless fight, traveling around the world training an army of climate champions and influencing international climate policy. Cameras follow him behind the scenes – in moments both private and public, funny and poignant — as he pursues the inspirational idea that while the stakes have never been higher, the perils of climate change can be overcome with human ingenuity and passion.


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  1. When I was a kid in the 70s, death and destruction was going to be caused
    by Global Cooling. We’re “entering an Ice Age” they claimed. Same BS,
    different temp. It’s just a money grab.

    • Trump is about to completely defund the climate program, yet these
      scientists will continue working, why? Because they’re so money hungry.

    • Dominic Duarte We are messing up the planet, but it’s not thru climate
      change. It’s from overpopulation and the threat of nuclear war.

    • James VanFleet You weren’t in the 70s apparently. Global Cooling was a huge
      deal and once again, it was our fault. This time for all the concrete
      reflecting the heat. Recognize a scam like global warming when you see it.

    • Maybe we’re miscommunicating in some key way. I never argued that “global
      cooling” didn’t get a lot of attention in the 1970s – in fact, I noted that
      it got some serious attention in major news magazines. The important
      distinction is that it was popularized more on account of its
      sensationalism than on scientific rigor or any consensus from the
      scientific community (the majority still advocated warming, but that was a
      less sexy position to take). As to concrete reflecting heat (what’s called
      the “urban heat island” effect), that’s been incorporated and studied by
      scientists to ensure they aren’t missing something, and they’ve found the
      impact is locally meaningful but negligible on the global level (mostly
      because the increases in temperature are also occurring outside major urban
      sprawl at the same rate). Sadly, I wasn’t alive in the ’70s, you’re right –
      I would’ve loved to see The Who crush “Pinball Wizard” or “A Quick One”
      with their original lineup.

    • +AstroGamesTV A personal opinion about who should lead the US isn’t
      ignorance it’s an opinion.

      Al Gore tried & lost back in 2000 for the lands highest office in the
      closest of calls. Sure it probably wasn’t the right one ,however his work
      in climate has given him more of a purpose than president ever would. Al’s
      a great single issue guy. Climate Change is his legacy and he should
      continue it, work with future president’s to find a balance between
      business & climate.

      But while I trust him in one area I wouldn’t trust him in other’s & again
      that just MY opinion what’s yours?

    • bombislamdotcom True intelligence is shown in the form of vulgar and
      defensive attacks. And no, we didn’t reject Al Gore in 2000. He won the
      popular vote, and the Supreme Court should have been able to decide the
      results in Flordia.

  2. Haha. I made a joke about this having a sequel almost a decade ago called
    “I Told You So” and it finally happened

    • I believe in climate change, but I do think that scare tactics are not the
      way to go. Especially with a political bent. Only because Republicans are
      too stubborn to do anything a Democrat says. So I think this has to be
      presented differently, otherwise you are going to get biased one-sided
      stubborn results.

  3. I’m not anti-climate change, but this here is some bullshit. Nobody argued
    we’d get some heavy storms that could flood areas momentarily… What they
    argued was that the rising sea level would permanently flood those areas,
    become the new standard. Fucking bullshit.

    • QuirkyShiny that’s scare tactics. intentionally misleading the public into
      thinking we’d be in a constant state of flooded New York, not bigger and
      badder storms that might flood is for a week, if that.

    • The Double G Channel droughts are a part of the entirety of the earth,
      which constantly experiences climate change – please, give us an example of
      a time in Earth’s history where there wasn’t a drought or climate change
      … fucktard


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