WATCH: Al Gore on coal, climate change, and Tacloban

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WATCH: Al Gore on coal, climate change, and Tacloban


Part 1 of the wide-ranging interview by Rappler executive editor Maria Ressa with former US Vice President Al Gore on climate, technology, democracy, and politics

Click here to watch Part 2Al Gore on technology, politics of hate, and Trump

MANILA, Philippines – Al Gore, former Vice President of the United States and The Climate Reality Project founder and chairman, shares what he felt when he met Yolanda (Haiyan) survivors in Tacloban, progress in green energy production, and the challenges after the historic adoption of the climate agreement in Paris.

Gore hosted the Climate Reality Leadership Corps training attended by about 700 climate advocates from March 14 to 16 in Manila.

Since the 2006 launch of his award-winning film, An Inconvenient Truth, global awareness efforts on the climate crisis have gone a long way. 

Watch the Nobel Peace Prize winner’s interview with Rappler CEO and executive editor Maria Ressa. –


More from MovePH’s coverage of the Climate Reality Leadership Corps training:



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