Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth

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“An Inconvenient Truth” is a film wherein Al Gore tries to bring across his opinion and views regarding climate change. His main concerns being that people are not aware of how they themselves affect climate change. He wants men to think about their environment and reduce greenhouse emissions. The film is divided into multiple segments where mister Gore shows a statement, usually backed up with emotional topics rather than scientific facts. A few examples are shrinking of glaciers, the possible disappearance of the Gulf Stream, sea level rise. These claims were not introduced with the necessary evidence to be considered trustworthy. I would like to review these topics and detect whether they are actually true, and discover to what extend human interference has been a cause. “This is Mount Kilimanjaro in 1970 with its fabled snows and glaciers. Here it is just 30 years later - with far less ice and snow” Glaciers are common in many mountainous areas in (sub)polar climates. A glacier is an enormous mass of ice trapped between mountains. Glaciers move with a mere 10 meters annually, usually towards valleys. Some countries depend on their existence as a source of drinking water. During dry summers, the melted ice turns into rivers. Those rivers are used to irrigate soil and to generate electricity. Many tourists are attracted by the stunning views. Firstly, the only proof Al Gore shows is a post card from the 1970s and a photograph token by a traveller seemingly at the

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