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Fresh off the heels of a successful debut at the Sundance Film Festival, Al Gore's follow-up to his eye-opening blockbuster An Inconvenient Truth comes at a time when climate change is a daily headline and audiences are more eager than ever to act on behalf of the planet.

"We're going to win this...if anybody doubts that we have the capacity and the will to act, just remember that the will to act is itself a renewable resource." (Al Gore)

Al Gore has been advocating on Earth's behalf for 25 years. In An Inconvenient Sequel, he recounts and contextualizes the critical issues and moments in the climate change movement since the release of An Inconvenient Truth more than 10 years ago and highlights the real solutions we have at hand to change the planet for the better.

©2017 Al Gore (P)2017 Simon & Schuster Audio

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not goods audiobook

I applaud the vice president for his continued dedication to the environment. This book as you listen to it -- appears that it would be a wonderful handbook in printed form. The information is good and the attempt to be inspiring is commendable. But as an audiobook it just falls short and really should be a free and enthusiastically shared podcast. As an audiobook the entertainment factor is not very good and it's not the type of thing that is informational on your drive through traffic. That said I again commend the vice president for his dedication to this subject and hope that others may buy the printed version of this book and be inspired to bring the subject to light on a global scale. I'm just sorry as an audiobook it fell short for me. Would be fantastic podcast however. Vice president Gore should share this as an audio for free in other formats. It would be very effective.

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not enough

We need drastic change for humanity to survive, buying fancy light bulbs and electric cars won't do anything to stop the destruction of the biosphere. We need regenerative agriculture and far less electric consumption.

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Recruitment

The opening chapters narrated by Al Gore were inspiring and depressing. Everyone should read those chapters. Everyone. The remaining chapters are intended to recruit activists. Because I'm sympathtic to the cause, I continued to listen. But I don't think most of those chapters are for everyone. l also don't agree with some of the action recommendations.