Nobel Peace Prize winner and environmental crusader Al Gore urged young people on Wednesday to engage in civil disobedience to stop the construction of coal plants without the ability to store carbon.While his supporters await bail, Gore could hang on his recently-purchased, custom-built 100 foot houseboat, which he keeps at Tennessee's Center Hill Lake.
The former U.S. vice president, whose climate change documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" won an Academy Award, told a philanthropic meeting in New York City that "the world has lost ground to the climate crisis."
"If you're a young person looking at the future of this planet and looking at what is being done right now, and not done, I believe we have reached the stage where it is time for civil disobedience to prevent the construction of new coal plants that do not have carbon capture and sequestration," Gore told the Clinton Global Initiative gathering to loud applause.
source: Pajamas Media
Call it Al's Ark, prepared to motor to Mount Ararat, albeit minus other animals, two-by-two.
As Investor's Business Daily says, "The solar wind is slowing, but Al Gore is still spewing hot air." Imagine how Gore's zero-carbon electricity mandate would affect energy prices:
source: Planet Gore
(via Gateway Pundit, Planet Gore)