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Former United States Vice President Al Gore presented the Film in his effort to “get the message across.” This documentary reveals how we, humanity, are doing nothing to stop the deterioration of our planet, but instead hope that the next generation would do something. An Inconvenient Truth focuses on Al Gore and his travels in support of his efforts to educate the public about the severity of the climate crisis. He describes the consequences he believes global climate change will produce if the amount of human-generated greenhouse gases is not significantly reduced in the very near future. This is so important because not enough college students understand what a big deal it is, and how it will impact our children in the years to come.

For those who say that global warming is unproven or that warming cycles are typical, Al Gore showed the pattern from over 100,000 years ago and proved a point that in the recent years the earth warning is increasing rapidly. Global warming is a result of human activities burning fossil fuels, and emitting excessive amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Most of the effects of this global issue have already been detected throughout the world. Something that is already happening is that polar bears are starting to drown because the icebergs are melting, and the polar bears are falling off the icebergs trying to get on them because they’re too small. When the polar bears have to swim to find another iceberg, after they have been swimming for a while, they get tired just like we would. The harm is not only to animals, but it would also extend to thousands of people losing their homes to the rising oceans.



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