He once gave Donald Trump the benefit of the doubt, but mention the U.S. president to Al Gore these days and you’ll get a withering frown.
“He’s a catastrophe, of course, but he has effectively isolated himself,” the former U.S. vice president says, his nostrils dilating a few millimeters past scorn but stopping short of open contempt.
A decade after his documentary “An Inconvenient Truth” sent shockwaves around the world with its dire warnings of environmental disaster, Gore is sounding the alarm on climate change again.
“An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,” released by Paramount on Friday, had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival a day before the January 20 inauguration.
Since then, the new US president has sent out a former CEO of oil giant ExxonMobil to represent America on the world stage and appointed an anti-climate litigator to run the Environmental Protection Agency.
He has moved