Media Review-Inconvenient Truth

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Hannah McLeaish Media Review: An Inconvenient Truth Some say that global warming in unreal, impossible, and never going to happen. Others beg to differ, claiming that we, as a human race, may very well die in the next 50 years. In the film, “An Inconvenient Truth,” directed by Al Gore, some brow-raising facts about the state of the entire globe are introduced. We call this earth home, and yet we abuse it to the point of no return? Gore states that through proven, scientific fact, the United States is the most wasteful nation in the world. He offers reasonable solutions to problems that we all have caused including air pollution, noise pollution, water pollution, and litter. I think that though this
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Unformatted text preview: production was given the same treatment as a big-screen feature-film, it portrays an important message that at the very least the United States overall needs to hear. Small improvements made by everyone, meaning car companies, light bulb manufacturers, building managers, and the general public can drastically change the immediate future of the earth. As far as reaching out to generation X, I honestly think that Al Gore has done a great job at getting a message across in an effective way. After seeing this film and further researching the topic of global warming, I have personally made changes in my everyday life in order to try do my part to help decrease global warming....
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course ENG 1101 taught by Professor Eberhart during the Spring '08 term at Troy.

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