Al Gore: Past, Present and 'Future'

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"There is no prior period of change that remotely resembles what humanity is about to experience," writes Al Gore in his new book "The Future." And he's not just talking about climate change. Gore explores the six forces he says will reshape our world in the years to come. The former vice president, Nobel Peace Prize-winning environmentalist and entrepreneur joins us in the studio. We'll talk about the book as well as the controversial recent sale of his cable network Current TV to Al Jazeera, for which he reportedly earned $100 million.

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Al Gore, politician, environmentalist, entrepreneur, author, co-founder and chairman of the Generation Investment Management and Climate Reality Project, former vice president of the United States and Democratic nominee for president in the 2000 election

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