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It is incredibly inconvenient which has led her to say that she wouldn't undertake that journey in future.
IGN: "Never is An Inconvenient Sequel stronger than when it shows the destruction caused by climate change.
Al Gore's latest climate change documentary, "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power," opened Friday in limited release and has received mostly positive reviews.
While classes were suspended in Quezon City for the Sona, the police chief said it might still be inconvenient for the residents to travel around.
Publishing house Simon & Schuster Inc revealed on Tuesday that former US vice president Al Gore will contribute a narration for an audiobook version of An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power.
Yet Trump's ascendance could wind up doing a very big favor for "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power," Al Gore's winning and impassioned, stirring and proudly wonkish, follow-up to "An Inconvenient Truth.
Senator Loren Legarda today renewed her call for more aggressive action to address the climate crisis during the 10th anniversary of An Inconvenient Truth, the documentary film on Former US Vice President Al Gores campaign to educate people about global warming.
In this case, none of the protagonists realize how much they've changed until they get back together--and this process is presented in The Inconvenient Process of Falling, a novel about evolution in its truest sense.
30) for the first category of Positions occupied by employees exposed regularly and repeatedly to undesirable and inconvenient work's circumstances at the rate of (%50) or more of official working hours.
The second inconvenient story is a quote taken from The Economist.
The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America By Thomas King
Linguistic researcher Louise Goueffic presents An Inconvenient Lie: Secrets in Language, a strong indictment of how sexism, inequality, and power-domination have been insidiously rooted within human language, especially religious language.