In Search of Al Gore: A Climate Pilgrimage

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Several members of the DeSmogBlog team are off to Montreal for a training session April 4-6 with Nobel laureate Al Gore – an opportunity to learn from the master how best to spread the word about the challenges of and solutions to global warming.

Kevin Grandia, Emily Murgatroyd and I will all attend as trainees. Jim Hoggan, who attended a Nashville Bootcamp last year, will be back as a presenter. I start my own pilgrimage on the (carbon-conscious) train this evening and will be blogging across the country, in cooperation with the Vancouver Sun. See the set-up post here. And stay tuned.

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