Flying into Gibraltar on a British Airways flight, Al Gore was ready to answer any questions regarding his usage of private jets, his answer - he offsets his entire carbon footprint each year.
During his presentation Mr Gore showed pictures where ‘Mother Earth’ has been hit hardest informing that this year Kuwait had record temperatures of 53.6degrees Celsius and that extreme hot temperature covers 10% of the earth, a figure than used to be 0.1%.
Energy and green energy were hot topics during the presidential debates, but climate change didn't come up once. The candidates may be avoiding the issue because voters don't want to hear a difficult message.
In four years, climate change has gone from the elephant that blind men are trying to describe to the elephant in the room.
No one wants to talk about it. With a few exceptions, voters don't ask. And presidential candidates don't tell.