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    August 30, 2012 | 1:20 PM

    Is an oil rig afraid of climate change?

    As Hurricane Isaac exited the Gulf of Mexico and passed over Louisiana, more than 600,000 customers in the state lost power and tens of thousands of people were told to evacuate. This is a big storm, and many people are dealing with severe flooding and wind damage. But there’s another group with eyes glued to Isaac’s path: the fossil fuel industry.
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    August 29, 2012 | 11:27 AM

    Ready to lead

    Last week, we finished an inspiring three-day training for our Climate Reality Leadership Corps. After meeting so many remarkable people and experiencing their passion, I couldn't be more excited about what lies ahead. Roughly a thousand dedicated volunteers added to their skill sets and have returned home better trained and more engaged than ever to lead the fight to solve the climate crisis.
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    August 28, 2012 | 10:48 AM

    How climate change makes hurricanes more dangerous

    As the residents of New Orleans can tell you, it only takes one intense hurricane to cause years of grief. The best evidence suggests hurricanes will get more dangerous as the world warms and sea levels rise. And the more global warming pollution we put into the atmosphere, the worse things will get.
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    August 23, 2012 | 8:10 PM

    Everyone can tell a good story

    We’re here at the last day of the Climate Leaders training program, and boy are we going out with a bang! With two sessions exploring compelling presentation techniques and the elements of storytelling, Thursday morning was one of the best parts of the program.
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    August 23, 2012 | 11:00 AM

    Who are the new climate leaders?

    At this week's training for the Climate Reality Leadership Corps, our new Climate Leaders are here for all kinds of reasons. They're absorbing informative presentations about climate change, not the least from our Founder and Chairman, former Vice President Al Gore. But they're also meeting other new leaders from all over the world, from countless different backgrounds and professions.
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    August 22, 2012 | 10:00 AM

    Climate Change: How can we talk about it?

    I'm here at an amazing training program for the people we call our Climate Leaders. Everywhere I look, there's a tremendous amount of energy and engagement. People from all over the world are converging to help us take the next step in the movement to solve this urgent crisis.
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    August 21, 2012 | 4:30 PM

    Live-tweeting the Climate Reality training

    It's a big week for The Climate Reality Project. We're here in Northern California to train a thousand new people as members of our Climate Reality Leadership Corps. That's a thousand more dedicated, motivated individuals to help build the climate movement! We hope you can share in our excitement — and on social media, you can follow along.
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    August 21, 2012 | 3:50 PM

    A thousand new Climate Reality leaders

    We need leadership. And if elected officials and governments are failing to lead, then all of us, everyday citizens, must step up to take their place. That's why I'm so excited to be joining one thousand individuals this week from around the world at our Climate Reality leadership training in Northern California. Together with our Chairman, former Vice President Al Gore, we will be training them to share the reality of climate change as leaders who encourage their communities to take action.
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    August 18, 2012 | 7:00 AM

    You’ve got hot questions. We’ve got hot answers.

    Thousands of you are joining us this week at our I’m Too Hot truck in downtown D.C. In exchange for an icy treat, we had a chance to talk with you about the connection between extreme weather and climate change! You had a lot of great questions for us when you came up to the truck. Here are some quick answers to the questions you asked us most often.
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    August 17, 2012 | 10:45 AM

    Hey CNN and ABC: #ImTooHot. Tell us why.

    For weeks now, we have all been saying over and over “I’m too hot!” Well it’s a fact, not just a feeling — it is too hot. It’s also too rainy and too dry; our homes and farms are now more vulnerable than ever to drought and flooding, wildfires and mudslides. The media has been very busy telling us all about the weather and how “wacky” it’s been, but they’ve left out a crucial fact: that it is too hot because of climate change.
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