Rhetorical Analysis Of Al Gore's 'The Climate Emergency'

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“I'm starting with the man in the mirror I’m asking him to change his ways and no message could have been any clearer if you wanna make the world a better place take a look at yourself, and then make a change.” I use this quote to represent Gore’s hopeful outcome once his audience hears his speech and make a change that will influence not only themselves but the whole world as well. Al Gore, an elected official and a nature extremist who provided a lecture in April at a university called, “The Climate Emergency,” which asserted there was an instant desire to become different in the fast deterioration of our climate and environment and it is the human race fault. As a result of the facts, numbers and re-examination to his listener’s feelings, Gore presents a consequence of the drastic climate circumstances, our Earth has become horrible. Al Gore explains the most important reasons of harmful climate change from our increase in population and our perspectives in order to show that we are the reason why our society has yet to find a reason.…show more content…
Gore also thinks everyone knows who he is and some glaciers melting the size of Rhode Island. “In Antarctica you’ve heard about ice shelves the size of Rhode Island coming off and calving.” He also confidently states, “I’m Al Gore. I used to be the next president of the United States.” Another belief he talks about is the relationship between humankind and the earth we live in. “The second factor that changes the relationship between humans and the earth is technology. In many ways, it is more powerful and significant than the population explosion because new technologies have increased our power beyond imagination. That’s a good thing often in areas like medicine or communications --- you can fill in the

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