March 31, 1948 (75)
Al Gore is an American politician, environmentalist, and activist known for his work on climate change and sustainability. He served as the 45th Vice President of the United States from 1993 to 2001 under President Bill Clinton. In addition to his political career, Gore is also a successful businessman, author, and documentary filmmaker.
Gore’s is best known for his work on climate change. He has been a prominent voice on the topic for decades and has worked tirelessly to raise awareness about the dangers of global warming. In 2006, Gore released the documentary “An Inconvenient Truth,” which won two Academy Awards and brought the issue of climate change to a wider audience.
Gore has worked closely with Bill Clinton during their time in office, and he has also collaborated with celebrities such as Leonardo DiCaprio, who produced the documentary “Before the Flood” with Gore, and Pharrell Williams, who joined Gore for a discussion on climate change at the United Nations.
Gore’s work on climate change has earned him numerous awards and accolades. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 for his efforts to raise awareness about the dangers of global warming. He has also been recognized for his work on environmental issues by organizations such as the Sierra Club and the Natural Resources Defense Council.