Former Vice President Al Gore admits he still hasn’t completely gotten the message of his film, “An Inconvenient Truth,” across, but he is hopeful for the future, mostly because of the energy in the streets by young people protesting climate inaction by world leaders. Ben Tracy spoke to Gore.
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