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An Inconvenient Truth

An Inconvenient Truth: The Planetary Emergency of Global Warming and What We Can Do About It - by Al Gore

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"Some experiences are so intense while they are happening that time seems to stop altogether..."

Our climate crisis may at times appear to be happening slowly, but in fact it is happening very quickly-and has become a true planetary emergency. The Chinese expression for crisis consists of two characters. The first is a symbol for danger; the second is a symbol for opportunity. In order to face down the danger that is stalking us and move through it, we first have to recognize that we are facing a crisis. So why is it that our leaders seem not to hear such clarion warnings? Are they resisting the truth because they know that the moment they acknowledge it, they will face a moral imperative to act? Is it simply more convenient to ignore the warnings? Perhaps, but inconvenient truths do not go away just because they are not seen. Indeed, when they are responded to, their significance doesnt diminish; it grows. -- Al Gore

An Inconvenient Truth: The Crisis of Global Warming
(Hardcover) by Al Gore

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This book is the wake up call that the world needs to do something about the environment. It's written in a way that everyone can understand, and details how and why global warming is happening, and what we can do about it. The photo comparisons of how the earth has changed in the last 100 years are astounding, and the data presented is indisputable. 


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What You Should Know
We have to know an important fact that the echological relations of man, like his social and political organization, are subject to the law of development.
The study of our local physical environment as an important factor in global warming was unfortunately brought into disrepute by extravagant and ill-founded generalization of the problem before it became the object of serious investigation according to modern scientific methods.
There can be no certainty that knowledge will continually progress until science has been placed on sure foundations. And science does not rest for us on sure foundations unless the invariability of the laws of nature is admitted.
For every educated, civilized person to exterminate a valuable wild species of living things is a crime. It is a crime against his own children, and posterity.
The rise and decline, not only of peoples, but of whole civilizations have depended upon their relations to Earth and their local area.