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    1. July 27, 2015, 6:20 p.m.

    2. One night in February 1998, Vice President Al Gore awoke with a start. It would sit far out in space, beyond the reach of more conventional orbiters, so distant it could capture all of planet Earth in one camera lens. It would then beam this view—the whole planetary disk, a la The Blue Marble—down to the planet below.

    3. Former United States vice-president Al Gore has flown into Australia for a whistlestop tour that includes meetings with state government ministers and senior business figures as part of efforts to build global momentum towards this year's Paris climate change summit.

    4. Democratic voters should forget about Hillary Clinton, Sen. Bernie Sanders and Vice President Joe Biden. That's what one analyst says. "It's time to draft Al Gore: If Democrats want to win, it's clear neither Hillary nor Sanders is the way. Hillary's flailing. Biden's grieving. Bernie's a longshot. Gore bridges the ...

    5. Gore says Aust states can lead on climate

      AAP via Yahoo!7 NewsJul 26 11:58 PM

      Former US vice-president Al Gore says states should take charge on climate change and do not need to wait for the federal government to act.

    6. Former vice president and activist Al Gore lambasted President Barack Obama's environmental policy Thursday, particularly the decision to allow exploratory wells to be drilled in the Arctic, which he said was “insane." Gore called for a ban of all oil and gas in the region.

    7. With Shell planning to begin drilling in the Chukchi Sea within days, Gore said that Obama was wrong to ever allow drilling in the Arctic The former US vice-president and climate champion Al Gore has made a rare criticism of Barack Obama as Royal Dutch Shell prepares to drill an exploratory well in the Arctic Ocean, denouncing the venture as “insane” and calling for a ban on all oil and gas ...

    8. "I think it's a mistake to drill for oil in the Arctic. I think that ought to be banned."

    9. Former American Vice President Al Gore strongly criticized Barack Obama about his apparent skewed perception and policies on climate change. Having always been a pro-environment climate champion, Al Gore just couldn’t tolerate seeing the inevitable destruction of nature at the hands of oil companies. These corporate organizations have been apparently given a free hand by Al Gore Slams Obama On ...

    10. Al Gore: 'Arctic drilling is insane'

      Business InsiderJul 16 08:55 PM

      Former vice president and activist Al Gore lambasted President Barack Obama's environmental policy Thursday, particularly the decision to allow exploratory wells to be drilled in the Arctic, which he said was “insane." Gore called for a ban of all oil and gas in the region.  Gore's remarks came days before Royal Dutch Shell plans to begin work drilling in the oil-rich Chukchi Sea in the Arctic ...

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