Yes, he has predicted destruction of the planet and guess what. The climate isn't following the time line needed for those predictions. Looks like another end of the world prediction that turns out to be nothing more than fiction.Neadrethal.
To discredit Al Gore makes it all to funny striking a cord to what you are all about. Gore has won Nobel peace prize and award winning movie. He has predicted destruction for the planet with specific time frame. You can't answer abc about climate change and how OUR planet is in serious destruction trouble.
You refuse solutions such as electronic books, bikes, bio fuel, rail, and reasonable changes to make a positive impact on the planet.
Coal and oil are easily replaced now, you are stuck in the 19th century
The funny thing is that I have ebooks and paper books as well. As for the rest, bikes and rail are not practical way to bring home the groceries. Some people live to far away from where they work to make a bike a practical way and do not live anywhere near a passanger rail line.
As for the old coal and oil is replaceable bit. Every time I hear someone say that it turns out that they are only talking about is passanger cars. They never seem to know about all the other things that are made with oil including parts of those EV parts. Medical products, lubricants for those wind generators, and a host of other products.
The truth is that the one who could not answer the questions about the abc's of climate change is you. You fail to realize how many of those "solutions" you tout are anything but. That things like biofuel require as much fossil fuel to make as it replaces. Not the mention biofuel production means less food production. Of course you may use the excuse that it can be grown on marginal lands which just happen to be the same land used for grazing. That many of those marginal lands are also eco sensitive lands as well. That there are no way to move freight like food around without fossil fuels. Those trains you see as a solution still run on fossil fuels. Food travels from the farm to the shelf with fossil fuel.
Sorry, but ebooks will never completely replace paper books, biofuel isn't going to replace fossil fuel, cars are not going to be replaced with people riding bikes and the rail. In fact in China the bike is being dropped for cars. They are replacing bikes with cars. I sure as a student who has only a few needs and lives on campus or near it a bike fits your needs. At some point you may grow up and marry, have kids and discover that your wife isn't going to put her newborn in a carrier in the middle of winter to ride her bike to the store. Nor is she going to be willing to stand on that platform with that newborn in the rain waiting on the train. That is the problem with your bike idea is that not every day is sunny.