03 Sep '11, 7pm

Here's @drgrist's interview with @algore. Here's @liciacorbella's account of it. You be the judge.

Here's @drgrist's interview with @algore. Here's @liciacorbella's account of it. You be the judge.

Al Gore is on the campaign trail again, and he actually seems to be enjoying it. Like Brad Pitt, but wonkier. Photo: Eric Neitzel/WireImage. For those who remember his ponderous, consultant-driven bid for president, the idea of Gore enjoying anything about campaigning may seem far-fetched. But this time, the campaign's not about him; it's about the issue that has been his consuming intellectual passion for nearly a quarter century: what he calls the "climate crisis." It's a perfect union of dedicated wonk and intractable problem. In the years since his dramatic "loss" in 2000, he has, largely under the media radar, been practicing a form of retail politics: traveling the globe with a computer slideshow on global warming, educating small crowds, trying to boost the public profile of the problem through sheer force of door-to-door persistence. At one of those presentations, ...

Full article: http://www.grist.org/article/roberts2

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