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6 surprising moments from the making of “An Inconvenient Truth”

From Al Gore's rowdy, beer-fueled first performance to a personal phone call to Melissa Etheridge, here are six things you might not know about the film.

Climate & Energy

The legacy of “An Inconvenient Truth,” explained by 16 really smart people

We asked Annie Leonard, Van Jones, and others to reflect on how "An Inconvenient Truth" changed the game.

Climate & Energy

Trump wants to redo the U.N. climate talks. Here’s why he can’t.

Sorry Donald, the Paris deal is Trump-proofed.

Politics

Trump Jr. wants his dad to put him in charge of federal parks and lands

Donald Trump’s eldest son, a big-game hunter, would like to be secretary of the interior.

News

Trump wants to start from scratch on the Paris climate deal

The presumptive Republican presidential nominee thinks he could do better, somehow.

News

Coal workers get screwed, their bosses get bonuses

Coal execs have a knack for landing a windfall just before their companies go bankrupt.

Politics

Here’s a sign that Kentucky’s politics might finally be shifting away from coal

There's at least one Senate candidate who isn’t afraid to talk about the end of coal.

Politics

Clinton is making coal country a generous offer, but it’s not buying

Coal-mining communities just aren't very interested in Hillary's $30 billion plan to help them transition to a cleaner economy.

Politics

Trump’s new energy adviser is exactly the kind of guy you think he is

He’s a climate skeptic who proposed a bill to run gas pipelines through national parks.