Sunday, August 13, 2006

Al Gore's Grit

Al Gore was bitterly disappointed by the results of the 2000 US federal election, but after the defeat he returned to what has been a passion for nearly 40 years: Global climate change.

One of his favorite college professors was Roger Revelle, who was among the first scientists to begin measuring CO2 in the atmosphere.

The definition of serendipity is when fate has a sense of humor. What began through serendipity has become the strongest thread of Al Gore's work over the past 35 years.

Penny emailed me about the movie telling of the impact it's already had on her. Go see it. Get into the environmental game. The same indictments about the AIDS pandemic apply to the lack of Christian involvement in global warming. We can make a difference.

An Inconvenient Truth

When you pray, move your feet. African proverb


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