Gore, U.N. Body Win Nobel Peace Prize

Posted on 10/12/2007. Filed under: al gore, Global warming, nobel peace prize |

Bravo to Al Gore on his winning the Nobel Peace Prize!!!! Al, who should have been president instead of that slime ball in D.C., has proven himself a true world leader by helping educate the world about Global Warming.

Gore, U.N. Body Win Nobel Peace Prize

Former Vice President Al Gore Jr. was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize today along with a United Nations panel that monitors climate change for their work educating the world about global warming and advocating for political action to stop it.

The Norwegian Nobel Committee characterized Gore as “the single individual” responsible for convincing world governments that climate change was real, caused by human activity, and posed a threat to society.

Gore has focused on the issue through books, promotional events and his Academy Award-winning documentary “An Inconvenient Truth.” The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, incorporating the work of some 2,000 scientists, has been monitoring evidence of climate change and possible solutions since 1988. The panel is a joint project between the United Nations Environment Program and the World Meteorological Organization.

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I know this just eats the conservatives in this country. They they so lamely elected a dummy and the real genius was the one they stole the election from!


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