While Al Gore is often quick to make accusations of corporate profit among dissenters of climate change, it appears, according to a new report by the Capitol Research Center, that he himself has a vested financial interest in this debate. Comments study author, Fred Lucas: “Gore is partner in the venture capital firm Kleiner-Perkins that is putting millions of dollars into Green technology companies. Gore is also a founding partner in Generation Investment Management which is also heavily invested in Green technology companies. There is nothing wrong with Gore making a profit, per se. The question comes from the fact that his non-profit organization, Alliance for Climate Protection, is pushing legislation to create market conditions that would extremely profitable for Gore.”


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    Peter Murphy is Senior Fellow at CFACT. He has researched and advocated for a variety of policy issues, including education reform and fiscal policy, both in the non-profit sector and in government in the administration of former New York Governor George Pataki. He previously wrote and edited The Chalkboard weblog for the NY Charter Schools Association, and has been published in numerous media outlets, including The Hill, New York Post, Washington Times and the Wall Street Journal. Twitter: @PeterMurphy26 Website: https://www.petermurphylgs.com/