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Dec. 12 - The Futurama Holiday Spectacular

Back before the advent of home video, when a show aired you either saw it or you didn’t. Miss something all of your friends were talking about the next day and you were at the whim of re-runs until your favorite show hit syndication – if it hit syndication. 2,071 more words


Sabana Grande and 24 Hours of Reality

Rather than read, we’re hoping you’ll take a few minutes to watch the segment on Sabana Grande recently featured in Al Gore’s 24 Hours of Reality… 70 more words

Climate change is the 'existential crisis of our time,' say Inconvenient Truth sequel directors

In 2006, An Inconvenient Truth bought the subject of climate change crashing into our lives, making many of us sit up and realise exactly what was at stake thanks to Al Gore, his PowerPoint presentation and a ton of terrifying data. 1,188 more words


Al Gore’s ‘Inconvenient Sequel’ lands on Oscar shortlist despite disputed climate science – Washington Times features Climate Depot’s rebuttal —

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/dec/9/al-gores-inconvenient-sequel-lands-oscar-shortlist/ By Valerie Richardson – The Washington Times – Saturday, December 9, 2017 Al Gore’s sequel to “An Inconvenient Truth” has ended up on the shortlist for Oscar consideration despite questions about its credibility raised by challenges to some of its climate-change claims.

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Face of the day — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

A couple of days ago, I was interviewed by Al Gore as part of Climate Reality’s #24HoursofReality. It was a privilege to be part of this global discussion about one of the biggest challenges we’re all facing, what it means for us here in New Zealand and for our Pacific neighbours, and what we can do.

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December 2017 movies

Here are the movie reviews I wrote for the December issue of EL Magazine, which was distributed in Tokyo on Nov. 25.

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An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power DVD review: Dir. Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk (2017)

It’s difficult to understand why anyone would be against improving the world we live in, or pretend that the most blatant changes happening in front of our eyes aren’t happening. 507 more words

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