Al Gore has recently become the face of the movement to reduce global warming with his film “An Inconvenient Truth.” In the film Al Gore shows a set of charts, graphs, and videos that make a compelling case that it’s time to alter lifestyles in order to save the Earth.
Many people who saw “An Inconvenient Truth” in theaters are looking for ways to share Al Gore’s message with their friends.
The easiest and most effective way to do this is to buy a copy of the DVD and hold a house party. Inviting friends and associates over to watch it together, followed by a group discussion, reaches people who wouldn’t have paid to see “An Inconvenient Truth” in theaters.
It you decide to host a house party showing of “An Inconvenient Truth” there are plenty of resources online to help you:
- How to Host A House Party - Planning guide on how to plan and host a house party.
- an-inconvenient-truth.com – A web site operated by fans of the movie and book "An Inconvenient Truth" to spread it's important message.
- An Inconvenient Truth Educator's Resource - A section on Participate.net, a community of film lovers and activists who are dedicated to engaging their minds, sharing their passions, and improving the world around them.
- Climate Crisis - Official Web site and blog for the movie “An Inconvenient Truth.”
- The Climate Project - A non-profit group that is training 1,000 lecturers who will present the information delivered in An Inconvenient Truth to audiences across America.
If you hold a house party to show “An Inconvenient Truth,” post a comment below and let us know how well it went.