Al Gore Will Speak on Campus Next Month

    The Nobel Prize winner will speak at the event, which will take place Feb. 10 in the Mandeville Auditorium, and will be followed by a question and answer session.

    Gore’s speech at UCSD is part of a national book tour for his newest work, “The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change.” The event will be hosted by La Jolla bookstore Warwick’s and is being co-promoted with the San Diego Law Library.

    Warwick’s has hosted other speakers on the UCSD campus in the past. In September, Warwick’s hosted author Salman Rushdie in conjunction with the Revelle Forum.

    “Warwick’s has a history of hosting high profile speakers,” Warwick’s Director of Events Julie Slavinsky said. “It’s remarkable any time a university can host a speaker of this profile.”

    Gore previously spoke at UCSD in 2007 to present his Academy Award-winning film “An Inconvenient Truth” in RIMAC Arena.

    Tickets for the Gore speaking engagement are available to the public online through Warwick’s website and range in price from $35 to $50. The price of a ticket includes a copy of Gore’s book.

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