The 2007 Nobel Peace Prize

Al Gore and the IPCC receive the global honor.

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Former Vice President Albert Gore Jr. and the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change won the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts to spread awareness of man-made climate change and efforts to combat it.
Former Vice President Albert Gore Jr. and the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change won the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts to spread awareness of man-made climate change and efforts to combat it.
Former vice president Al Gore urged lawmakers today to adopt a binding carbon cap and push for a new international climate pact by the end of this year in order to avert catastrophic global warming.
 
VIDEO | Gore Responds to Nobel Prize Win
Gore Delivers a Boost -- To Obama and a Pet Cause (Post, August 29, 2008, Page A18)
 
Gore Urges Fast Energy Makeover: Power Grid Could Go Renewable in 10 Years, He Says (Post, July 18, 2008, Page A13)
 
Gore Launches Ambitious Advocacy Campaign on Climate (Post, March 31, 2008, Page A04)
 
Rocking the Planet: The Frontman for Climate Change, Al Gore Takes Center Stage (Post, December 12, 2007, Page C01)
 
Gore Accepts Nobel Prize With Call for Bold Action: Former Vice President Depicts Climate Change As 'Threat to the Survival of Our Civilization' (Post, December 11, 2007, Page A14)
 
Feats Divide Pair Linked by Election: A Tale of War (Bush) and Peace (Gore) (Post, October 13, 2007, Page A09)
 
Despite Big Honor for Gore, Climate Not Top Issue in U.S. (Post, October 13, 2007, Page A09)
 
The Little Film That Became a Hot Property: Millions Warmed to Gore's Environmental Message (Post, October 13, 2007, Page C01)
 
Gore and U.N. Panel Share Peace Prize: Nobel Committee Honors Work on Climate Change (Post, October 13, 2007, Page A01)
 
Gore's Nobel Win Greeted With Cheers by Europeans (Post, October 12, 2007; 6:10 PM)
 
Nobel Foundation Statement on 2007 Peace Prize (washingtonpost.com, October 12, 2007; 12:05 PM)
 
U.K. Judge Rules Gore's Climate Film Has 9 Errors (Post, October 12, 2007, Page A12)
 
Gore Challenges Congress on Climate: Committees Implored to Combat Warming With Unprecedented Controls (Post, March 22, 2007, Page A04)
 
Climate Panel Confident Warming Is Underway: Report to Detail the Role of Humans (Post, April 5, 2007, Page A01)
 
'Departed' Arrives; Whitaker, Mirren Are King and Queen (Post, February 26, 2007, Page C01)
 
Al Gore, Rock Star: Oscar Hopeful May Be America's Coolest Ex-Vice President Ever (Post, February 25, 2007, Page A01)
 
Al Gore to Sound Off On Climate Change With Concert Event (Post, February 15, 2007, Page C01)
 
Humans Faulted for Global Warming: International Panel of Climate Scientists Sounds Dire Alarm (Post, February 3, 2007, Page A01)
 
$25 Million Offered In Climate Challenge: Tycoon Hopes to Spur Milestone Research (Post, February 10, 2007, Page A13)
 
'Truth': More Than Hot Air (Post, June 2, 2006, Page WE44)
 
Movies: In 'Truth,' A Planetary, And Personal, Sea Change (Post, June 2, 2006, Page C01)
 
Gore Unveils Global-Warming Plan: Cutting Emissions, Restructuring Industry and Farming Urged (Post, September 19, 2006, Page A02)
 
Al Gore, Sundance's Leading Man: 'An Inconvenient Truth' Documents His Efforts To Raise Alarm on Effects of Global Warming (Post, January 26, 2006, Page A01)
 

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