Al Gore, the former U.S. vice president whose stark warning a decade ago about climate change electrified

In a speech first couched with bad news about the continued acceleration of the effects of global warming, Gore told the TED Conference in Vancouver major advancements in renewable energy, private sector investments and public attitudes have helped turn the tide.

Decidedly optimistic, Gore said he’s seen a “revolutionary breakthrough” in the advancements of low-carbon energy production, such as wind and solar power.

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