An Inconvenient Truth – A Global Warning

Many of you might have heard about the movie "An Inconvenient Truth" which is by the former US Vice president Al Gore. A few months ago I watched the DVD which really helped me understand the issues regarding global warming and the environment. So often we hear the term "global warming" yet I think most of us don’t really understand what this means and how it affects us.

I highly recommend that everyone watch this film, so that you become more informed and aware of the current situation of what is already happening. The DVD is out and available at most retailers and also from video rental companies like NetFlix.

Here is a short movie trailer to give you a taste.


You can also watch this video interview with Al Gore which is interesting and about the film

4 Responses to “An Inconvenient Truth – A Global Warning”

  1. Sham Kaur says:

    Since I work in climate change I havent seen a more clear presentation of the facts like in this movie, I totally recomend this movie to everyone and on the spiritual side I think that what climate change will actually teach us is that we all r one, so whatever a person does in a poor country or a rich country will affect every single human being in the planet and therefore there is no difference among us, we all r going to suffer if we dont work together to resolve the problem and already has started in all countries including mine.
    Blessings
    Sham K

  2. paneet says:

    Been wanting to watch the movie for a long time now, but I can’t find it anywhere! :( I definitely plan on watching it though.

    Sham Kaur, I agree wholeheartedly with what you are saying. We may feel that what we do in our part of the world won’t effect another part of the world, but this is completely untrue, and if we don’t do something soon then we’ve pretty much already guaranteed our own destruction.

    (Like in The Day After Tommorrow… tun tun tun…)

  3. Joshua says:

    I saw the movie. It’s bone-chilling. It is by far the best film I have seen in my entire life. And the scary part- it’s not a Hollywood picture that makes everything larger than life- it’s real, it’s prevalent, it’s omnipresent, no one can escape from it, and it is going to have disastrous consequences.

  4. Rachel says:

    I think that the movie was a good movie for science classes. It tells a lot from what your learning in class. But it’s not something I would go to the movies an watch or watch at home, it’s something I would watch if I have to.