When did Al Gore become so interested in the environment?



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    Gore has been involved with the environment since 1976, after joining the United States House of Representatives when he held the “first congressional hearings on the climate change, and co-sponsored hearings on toxic waste and global warming.” He continued to speak on the topic throughout the 1980s and was known as one of the Atari Democrats, later called the “Democrats’ Greens, politicians who see issues like clean air, clean water and global warming as the key to future victories for their party.”

    In the film An Inconvenient Truth, Gore shares vivid anecdotes that inspired his passion for the issue, including his college education with early climate expert Roger Revelle at Harvard University, his sister’s death from lung cancer and his young son’s near-fatal car accident.

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    He doesnt care about the enviornment, he is a career politician and from an old oil family. He knows he has the decption skills to get around 50% of people to agree with him, by taking advantage of fear and ignorance.

    He cares about money and power, thats it.

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