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Reference and - Reference and Research Lesson 2 A Prize for the Planet PALO ALTO California(Achieve3000 November 5 2007 Al Gore was vice president

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A Prize for the Planet PALO ALTO, California (Achieve3000, November 5, 2007). Al Gore was vice president of the U.S. from 1993 to 2001. He has also spent years studying global warming . In October, Gore was honored for his work on climate change. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Gore shared the prize with a group of scientists. The scientists studied global warming. Then, they wrote reports about it. The reports were thousands of pages long. Most people did not read the reports. Why not? They were too hard to understand. Al Gore took the reports. He explained global warming. He made it easier for people to understand.
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A Prize for the Planet (continued) Gore and the scientists say that the planet is getting warmer. How? Gases are given off by factories, cars, and other machines. The gases stay in the atmosphere where they trap sunlight. This causes the planet to become warmer. This warming could melt the ice caps at the poles. It might cause flooding,
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2011 for the course ECONOMY 0132436892 taught by Professor Natalia during the Spring '10 term at Yeditepe Üniversitesi.

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Reference and - Reference and Research Lesson 2 A Prize for the Planet PALO ALTO California(Achieve3000 November 5 2007 Al Gore was vice president

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