Posted by: Michael Ritter PhD | October 12, 2007

Al Gore and IPCC win Nobel Peace Prize

Al GoreThe Nobel Prize committee has given the Nobel Peace Prize to former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The IPCC has been the foremost organization studying and reporting on global warming and climate change. Gore’s sharing of the award recognizes his long-term effort at raising public awareness of global warming. It’s no surprise that the peace prize was given to climate scientists and a public advocate for reversing the impending climate crisis. As Gore states in his Oscar winning movie “An Inconvenient Truth”, resolving the threat posed by a warming climate is “not a political issue, so much as a moral issue.”

For more see these sites:

Announcement of Nobel Peace Prize

IPCC (Inconvenient Truth movie site)

The Heat over Global Warming” NOW (includes clips from an Inconvenient Truth and interview with Al Gore”

Watch the Charlie Rose interview with Al Gore

TPE Links – The Greenhouse effect and Global Warming; Climate Change: Global Warming


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