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Al Gore to Host 24-Hours 'Global Warming Preach-a-thon' Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Wed, Aug 27, 2014, 08:20 pm

Just when you thought former Vice President Al Gore wasn't blowing enough hot air on the subject of Climate Change. He has scheduled to host a live broadcast of a 24-hours 'Global Warming Preach-a-thon' on September 16-17 at the United Nations headquarters building in New York City.

According to an Al Gore press release, "One week before the U.N. Climate Summit in New York, viewers from around the world will tune in to Climate Reality Project’s fourth-annual 24 Hours of Reality broadcast. This time, though, they’ll be seeing a new message on climate change: one of hope. Starting at 12pm ET on 9/16, Chairman and Founder of Climate Reality Al Gore will lead a 24-hour live broadcast called 24 Hours of Reality: 24 Reasons for Hope."

Al Gore, a Global Warming televangelist, is demanding donations to avert a so-called "climate crisis."

As reported by the Al Gore Website, "Be part of the solution and tune in with your community to 24 Hours of Reality: 24 Reasons for Hope to learn why we're hopeful for our future. You'll learn what you can do to solve the climate crisis, discover new solutions from fellow Climate Reality Leaders on their home turf, hear from celebrities, and so much more. Host a viewing party or attend one in your area, and commit to take action with our pledge."

The Al Gore P.R. firm informed the Dallas Blog that "Al Gore's schedule does not allow for any interviews at this time."

To learn more about the Al Gore Global Warming 24-Hours Preach-a-thon, link here:

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