Also known as "the father of sociobiology," Wilson pioneered influential scientific concepts and was a staunch advocate for protecting the environment.
"One of the most important lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic is that when scientists are warning about a looming threat, we all ought to listen," Gore said.
Gore said the Byhalia oil pipeline project is racist and told South Memphis protesters that it will poison the local water supply.
"There are things that are more important than bowing to the fear of a demagogue. And one of those things that's more important is the United States of America, and our Constitution," said the former vice president.
Writing in The New York Times, Gore criticized Trump's decision to withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement and accused him of overseeing "colossal failure" on climate change and in tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
"The sooner that Trump and his supporters accept the election result, the better it will be for the nation," the lawyers wrote.
Former VP tells MSNBC he is unimpressed with the president's response to the crisis.
Scientists, religious leaders and entrepreneurs are calling to "flatten the curve" of climate change's negative effects, as the COVID-19 lockdown has seen air quality skyrocket and industrial pollution decline.
Both the former vice president and the HBO host discussed the connections between climate change and the coronavirus Friday night.
The former vice president also suggested a future leader would get the U.S. back into the Paris climate agreement.
"My experience of political change is it comes about when you've got a good cause well pursued," Tony Blair told survivors of the Florida school shooting.
Gore spoke during the ninth annual National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas.
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"My conversations with Donald Trump continued after he went into the White House, and I had reasons to believe he would stay in the Paris agreement," Al Gore said.
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The former VP suggested Trump had left the U.S. isolated with his Paris climate pact decision.
The Terminator star warned Trump: "One man can't go back in time," joking "Only I can do that."
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