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National Ad Campaign to Contrast Al Gore’s Lifestyle with his Calls to Restrict Energy

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National Ad Campaign to Contrast Al Gore’s Lifestyle with his Calls to Restrict Energy

Developing World Most at Risk from Energy Constraints

Washington, D.C., March 7, 2008—The Competitive Enterprise Institute will launch a national ad campaign on Tuesday, March 11, focusing on the threat to affordable energy posed by Al Gore’s global warming agenda. The ads contrast Gore’s energy-consuming lifestyle with the life-and-death need for energy in developing countries.  

CEI’s new campaign comes in the face of Gore’s March 1st announcement of a major new set of ads from his Alliance for Climate Protection to promote the global warming issue.

In May, 2006, CEI stirred international controversy with a pair of CEI ads on global warming alarmism, which carried the tagline “CO2: They Call It Pollution; We Call It Life.” Those ads can be viewed on be viewed on YouTube.com/ceidotorg, here and here.

WHAT: national ad campaign launch

WHEN: Tuesday, March 11 – 10:00am

WHERE: Club – Murrow Room

529 14th Street NW, Washington, DC

RSVP: chall@cei.org

 

View the 2008 Gore ad campaign

View CEI’s 2006 ads: “Glaciers” and “Energy

 

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