This is a 2006 Oscar-winning movie that talks about truth and power. The film is produced by Lawrence Bender, who studied in the University of Maine and graduated in 1979. He went to Cherry Hill High School.
In this movie, former Vice President Al Gore quotes poet Wallace Stevens. Al Gore was in a bid to unify all nations and continents to accept and give the green light to the use of renewable energy and irreversibly say no to fossil fuels. Fossil fuels are drastically contributing to global warming. Vice President Gore continually makes trips to various countries in his campaign on climate leadership and training seminars. He consistently shows his enthusiastic participants how hazardous global warming has become in the last ten years.
In this movie by Lawrence Bender, Gore campaigns using reliable evidence. He persuasively points the melting glaciers in Greenland, floods and the rise in sea levels in the streets of Miami. He also points out the record-breaking levels of drought and heat that have been witnessed around the globe. He doesn’t forget to mention the Noah- like storms and hurricanes that have led to spread of the zika virus.
Lawrence Bender reflects Gore’s passion for teaching nations about the consequences of global warming. Gore’s ambition in the movie is to see countries change for the better through the use of renewable energy. Gore is warmly welcomed in the nations that he visits, and he is given royal treatments anywhere he goes. He attends the 2015 Climate change in Paris France and another conference in India where most leaders agree to switch to clean energy but reluctant to sign the agreement.
Due to his determination, Gore never takes a no for an answer. He makes an initiative to contact solar city CEO Lyndon Rive to draw a strategy on how to deal with India. Pointless to say Gore is a happy man as he gets a yes that he was yearning for. However, President Trump calls to withdraw from the Paris Agreement. Lawrence Bender expresses Gore’s intentions that global warming is a fight and that everybody should rally and invest on clean energy.