Despite the impact of his movie, An Inconvenient Truth, the success of Live Earth concerts and news stories about melting ice caps, little has changed and action is needed more urgently than ever to stem global warming, Al Gore tells the Sun. The Nobel Prize-winning former vice president believes it's up to voters to demand their governments enact new legislation.
"People are more likely to respond to problems that can be felt," Gore said. “We think if it’s never happened before maybe it won’t happen in the future. The exceptions can kill you. And global warming is one of the exceptions.”