Paul McCartney, Bono, Pharrell, More Speak on Climate Change

By Abby Hassler

Former Vice President Al Gore released An Inconvenient Truth in 2006 and has been tirelessly fighting climate change around the world since this time. The follow-up film, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, hit theaters July 28.

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In a new video to promote the film and its message, numerous high-profile celebrities shared why they are “inconvenient” to help save the planet. Paul McCartney, Bono, Pharrell Williams, Camila Cabello, Andra Day, Ryan Tedder, Adam Levine, DNCE, The Chainsmokers, Jennifer Hudson, Rainn Wilson, Shailene Woodley, Randy Jackson and Steve Aoki are all featured in the new clip.

Watch “Why I’m Inconvenient” below. 

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  1. These video people are definitely Inconvenient. – annoying, embarrassing, tiresome, troublesome.
    Misinformed and gullible is what they really are and blinded by their own egos.
    “the poorest of the poor are furious because they’re hit first and worst by climate change” – Bono.
    The poorest of the poor don’t have the energy to be furious they just want clean water, refrigerated food and medicine.
    I believe the poorest are worst hit by the devious lie of climate change, promoted by the UN for their own agenda of global government. To deny the poorest people in the world access to affordable and reliable electricity from clean coal to run a pump, refrigerator, a light or a clean stove to cook on is inhumane and that is what these “brainwashed” individuals are supporting. Al Gore is a fraud and a liar. That is obvious to anyone who can make a reasonable “character judgement”.
    Maybe Sir Paul McCartney should listen to his band mate’s album – “Brainwashed – George Harrison”

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