Al Gore

Al Gore

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Jan Philipp Schumacher

May 11, 2013
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  1. Politician and Environmentalist

  2. • the life of Al Gore • political career •

    commitment to the environment • awards and honors • conflicts between • corporate participation and resulting conflicts
  3. • politician (democratic party) • businessman • environmentalist • born:

    March 31st 1948 in Washington D.C. • Parents: • Albert Arnold Gore Sr. (1907 – 1998)  was senator of Tenessea • Pauline LaFon Gore (1912 – 2004) • married Tipper Gore in 1970 • visited the elite school St. Albans • studied at Harvard University -> „Bachelor of Arts“ • from 1933 to 2001 „Vice President“ of the United States (behind Clinton)
  4. • 1976: elected for the House of Representatives • 1984:

    elected for the U.S. Senat • 1988: first presidential run • 1993: vice president of Bill Clinton • 2000: presidential run against George W. Bush • 48,4% vote share, election victory in 21 states vote share - Stimmanteil
  5. • published a lot of writings about environmental protection and

    pollution of the environment • „Earth in the balance“ (1992) • 1994: GLOBE-program (promotion of environmental education and research in science and society) • 2006: ducumentary film: „An Inconvenient Truth“ • wants to clear up the world about global warming & the greenhouse effekt • February 25th of 2007: Oscar for this movie • since 2004: chairman of „Generation Investment Management“ in London • for his engagement against global warming • some of the international prestigious prices • April 20st 2007: „Champions of the World Award“ • 2008: wants from the USA to switch to regenerative energy • cause: to high energy costs & consumption
  6. • 12.10.2007: Al Gore won the Nobel Peace Prize

  7. • Alliance for Climate Protection • Generation Investment Management •

    Current TV • Apple • Google • Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
  8. • Wikipedia (de): Al Gore • Wikipedia (en): Al Gore

    • heise online: Wissenschaftler stützen These von Wahlbetrug bei US-Präsidentschaftswahl • Bayrischer Rundfunk: Nobelpreise 2007 ©Jan Philipp Schumacher, Christopher Ungar Dieses Werk bzw. Inhalt steht unter einer Creative Commons Namensnennung-NichtKommerziell-KeineBearbeitung 3.0 Deutschland Lizenz.