A collection of 1992 presidential campaign addresses, including: Introduction - a personal message from Bill Clinton Senator Al Gore, July 16, 1992 - address to the 1992 Democratic National Convention on its final night to accept his nomination, Madison Square GardenÂ Governor Bill Clinton, July 16, 1992 - Address to the 1992 Democratic National Convention on its final night to accept his nomination, Madison Square Garden Bill Clinton â92 campaign speech excerpts: on education, on gun control, on job training, on jobs, on foreign policy, on the environment, on family values, on abortion, on health, on the â92 election George H.W. Bush, August 20, 1992 - remarks accepting the presidential nomination at the Republican National Convention, Houston AstrodomeÂ George H.W. Bush, August 25, 1992 - remarks at the American Legion National Convention, Chicago
Public Domain (P)1992 Dove Audio, Phoenix Books
Fresh off the heels of a successful debut at the Sundance Film Festival, Al Gore's follow-up to his eye-opening blockbuster An Inconvenient Truth comes at a time when climate change is a daily headline and audiences are more eager than ever to act on behalf of the planet. "We're going to win this...if anybody doubts that we have the capacity and the will to act, just remember that the will to act is itself a renewable resource." (Al Gore) Al Gore has been advocating on Earth's behalf for 25 years. In An Inconvenient Sequel, he recounts and contextualizes the critical issues and moments in the climate change movement since the release of An Inconvenient Truth more than 10 years ago and highlights the real solutions we have at hand to change the planet for the better. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.
Â©2017 Al Gore (P)2017 Simon & Schuster Audio
From the former vice president and #1 New York Times best-selling author comes An Inconvenient Truth for everything - a frank and clear-eyed assessment of six critical drivers of global change in the decades to come. Ours is a time of revolutionary change that has no precedent in history. With the same passion he brought to the challenge of climate change, and with his decades of experience on the front lines of global policy, Al Gore surveys our planetâs beclouded horizon and offers a sober, learned, and ultimately hopeful forecast in the visionary tradition of Alvin Tofflerâs Future Shock and John Naisbittâs Megatrends. In The Future, Gore identifies the emerging forces that are reshaping our world: Ever-increasing economic globalization has led to the emergence of what he labels âEarth Inc.â - an integrated holistic entity with a new and different relationship to capital, labor, consumer markets, and national governments than in the past. The worldwide digital communications, Internet, and computer revolutions have led to the emergence of âthe Global Mind,â which links the thoughts and feelings of billions of people and connects intelligent machines, robots, ubiquitous sensors, and databases. The balance of global political, economic, and military power is shifting more profoundly than at any time in the last five hundred yearsâfrom a U.S.-centered system to one with multiple emerging centers of power, from nation-states to private actors, and from political systems to markets. A deeply flawed economic compass is leading us to unsustainable growth in consumption, pollution flows, and depletion of the planetâs strategic resources of topsoil, freshwater, and living species. Genomic, biotechnology, neuroscience, and life sciences revolutions are radically transforming the fields of medicine, agriculture, and molecular science - and are putting control of evolution in human hands. There has been a radical disruption of the relationship between human beings and the earthâs ecosystems, along with the beginning of a revolutionary transformation of energy systems, agriculture, transportation, and construction worldwide. From his earliest days in public life, Al Gore has been warning us of the promise and peril of emergent truths - no matter how âinconvenientâ they may seem to be. As absorbing as it is visionary, The Future is a map of the world to come, from a man who has looked ahead before and been proven all too right.
Â©2013 Al Gore (P)2013 Random House Audio
Winner of the 1993 Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights Book Award. In brave and unforgettable terms, Al Gore, the passionate and lifelong defender of the environment, describes how human actions and decisions can endanger or safeguard the vulnerable ecosystem that sustains us.
Â©1992 Albert Gore (P)1992, 2015 Dove Audio, Phoenix Books