Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis

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Bloomsbury, 2009 - Science - 414 pages
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Al Gore, in 'An Inconvenient Truth', wrote about the urgent need to address the problems of climate change, presenting facts and information on aspects of global warming using explanatory diagrams and dramatic photos to clarify and highlight key issues. In 'Our Choice', he proposes solutions at every level of our lives, from the personal and local to the national and political to the area of international policy and law.

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To follow up An Inconvenient Truth, the former vice president spent three years convening groups of experts, seeking ways to counter and adapt to climate change. He concludes most of the tools are ... Read full review

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This book is amazing and very persuasive. It tells some of the essential knowledge that we should know about the very basis of global warming. Generally speaking the book has very good incentives and the author clearly wants everyone to believe that global warming is caused by human and it should be prevented by all means that are necessary. The solutions to solve the climate crisis in the book are realistic and practical. The only thing I dislike is that the author puts too much criticism on Bush administration in a very biased way. 

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About the author (2009)

Politician and businessman Al Gore was born on March 31, 1948. In 1969, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in government from Harvard College. He represented Tennessee in the House of Representatives from 1977-1985 and the Senate from 1985-1993. He was Vice-President of the United States from 1993-2001. He is currently the president of Current TV, chairman of Generation Investment Management, director on the board of Apple Inc., and senior advisor to Google Inc. He lectures on the topic of global warming awareness and prevention and starred in the documentary An Inconvenient Truth, which won the 2007 Academy Award for Documentary Feature. He was awarded the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize along with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change for their efforts to educate others about climate change and to find ways to counteract it.

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