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Watched: 2 November

A documentary depicting Al Gore’s apparently tireless efforts with regard to raising awareness of issues related to climate change during the past decade, following the success of earlier film An Inconvenient Truth. It looks closely at natural disasters befalling the world, particularly catastrophic flooding, provides a snapshot of Gore’s work relating to the Paris Accord – the film was updated in the wake of Trump’s decision to pull the US’s support earlier this year – and spends time with the former VP as he passionately promotes solar powered energy. I wish more politicians were like Al Gore. (***½)


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