Al Gore will be in Los Angeles on Thursday morning to unveil plans for his next step in his campaign against climate change, what sources say is an “unprecedented global crisis campaign and concert.”
Last week, word leaked out that Gore was about to make an annoucement about a series of concerts that would “dwarf Live Aid,” all geared toward taking action on climate change. Over the weekend, Gore was at the Grammys and made the rounds to a few pre- and post- parties, including Clive Davis’ annual bash.
On Monday, GOP prospect Rudy Giuliani criticized “An Inconvenient Truth” because he said it lacked solutions to global warming. He didn’t deny that warming was occurring, although he said he wasn’t sure how much was caused by humans. He called for expanding the use of nuclear power and alternative energy.
Meanwhile, Gore’s Current TV signed a distribution deal with Richard Branson’s new Virgin Media, a rival to Sky TV in Britain.