Al Gore has been one of the most profound political figures in the last 30 years when it comes to climate change. Whether we’re talking about intelligence on the subject or willingness to remain committed to the fight – Gore has been a founding father of the climate change fight. That fight though has become even more apparent in recent weeks as allegations that states like Florida have been running undocumented rules that prevent state employees from using language like “climate change,” or “global warming” in official documentation or communication.
While speaking at an event on climate change Gore said that to correct the damage that has already been done by people, “we need to put a price on denial in politics.” Suggesting that there need to be greater consequences for denying something that “97 percent of peer-reviewed climate studies,” conf...
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