Gore is making the rounds about a decade after starring in the blockbuster global warming movie "An Inconvenient Truth," this time trotting out a sequel.
The first film pushed the idea of climate change as a pressing threat into the faces of many the nation over and helped make Gore one of the most prominent environmental activists in the country.
The former vice president has stayed on the issue over the years, pushing for clean energy and international action. Gore hailed the Paris agreement, which saw almost every nation in the world join together with pledges to reduce carbon emissions.
But Gore's -- and Ivanka's -- influence clearly was not enough. After some delay, Trump announced in the Rose Garden in June that he intended to pull the US out of the climate agreement.
One said there was a 95% chance the Earth would warm by more than 2 degrees Celsius -- past a target considered by international observers to be the point where the most destructive effects of climate change would occur -- by the end of the century. The second study said even if humans ceased to burn fossil fuels immediately, the Earth would still likely reach the 2-degree increase by 2100 and that if humans continue to