Gore touts economic benefit for US in taking on ‘brunt’ of dealing with climate change
Former vice president and environmental activist Al Gore defended the possibility of the U.S. taking on the “brunt” of the global response to climate change, saying the steps the nation takes would have wide-ranging economic benefits.
Al Gore tells @jonkarl that climate change is “getting worse faster than we are mobilizing to solve it,” but the “good news” is that “we now have an upsurge in climate activism at the grassroots in all 50 states … and in every country in the world” https://t.co/XmIoiV6N2P pic.twitter.com/XIXZ31vdon
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