Al Gore continues his mission to save the planet in 'An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power'

Given that the biggest climate news of the past year has been the decision to pull the United States out of the landmark Paris global climate accord, it may seem as if the most inconvenient aspect of the new "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power" documentary is its timing.

Isn't this follow-up to 2006's Oscar-winning "An Inconvenient Truth" outdated and beside the point because as major a player as the U.S. has gone its own way, leaving the rest of the world in the lurch?

In fact, watching this involving and unexpectedly passionate film will persuade you that just the opposite is true. The need to pay attention is ever greater, no matter which leaders pretend otherwise, and the possibilities of making a difference have increased as well.

Though the actions of former Vice President Al Gore, the tireless happy warrior of the climate crisis movement, are once again front and center, new directors have come on board for the sequel and brought a different creative tack with them.

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