Editorial by The Richmond Times-Dispatch: 'Maybe climate change isn’t so dangerous after all — at least not enough to make any personal sacrifices...So Gore, despite his sermons about how others should live, is quite the energy hog...The report did not explore the electricity use of Gore’s other two homes, but did note that, at the Nashville place, he “burns through more electricity to heat his pool each year than the average home uses in six years” and that the 33 solar panels Gore installed at his home a few years back — to much media acclaim — produce just 5.7 percent of the property’s annual energy.'
'The former vice president might be a lot more convincing if he practiced what he preached.'
Actor Edward Norton, serves as the UN's Goodwill Ambassador for Biodiversity
Dubbing Trump's opposition to action on climate change "unbelievably regressive," he said: "The truth is, that if you look, despite how terrifying the prospect of global environmental collapse is, looking at it from a slightly more optimistic angle, we have really only been aware of this for a few decades."
"The truth is that out awareness and global generational acceptance that this is happening on a historic scale is moving fairly fast. I do think the era of denial is falling behind us."