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Al Gore And Stephen Colbert Debate Global Warming Solutions

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Just last night, Stephen Colbert and Al Gore got together to discuss a solution to this pesky global warming problem.

In a pretty hilarious split screen Formidable Opponent segment, Colbert started off by interviewing himself and then introduced the former Vice President to chime in. Gore shared this piece of information:

“Stopping global warming doesn’t have to hurt our economy. In my new book Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis, available now from Rodale Press — $26.95. I lay out bold ideas that, if implemented, will not only reduce man’s carbon footprint, but create new jobs and reduce our dependence on foreign oil.

Check out the hilarious clip below and watch Al Gore simulate what adapting to global warming will be like for Colbert.

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