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At a time when we need it most, Al Gore is releasing a followup to his 2006 environmental film, An Inconvenient Truth. The sequel, called An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power, is made by the same crew as the first, and follows Gore as he travels the world raising awareness and fighting against climate change.

The trailer focuses heavily on its new villain, Donald Trump. President Trump has previously said that climate change is a hoax started by China, and later gutted funding to the Environmental Protection Agency and forced it to remove any mention of climate change from its documents.

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It also mentions that, in the first film, he was strongly criticized when he said the 9/11 memorial would flood due to climate change. The idea was dismissed as an over exaggeration — but, during Hurricane Sandy, we saw that his prediction came true.

But it’s not all bad. Gore also talks about the positive changes we’re making, showing scenes of the Paris Agreement on climate change, as well as shots of renewable energy farms. The trailer ends with a simple call to action: “Fight like your world depends on it.”

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power will be in theaters from July 28.

In other news, Nike’s wearable new shoe box is made from recycled trash.

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