CITY Screen, York, will show Al Gore Live in Conversation via satellite before screening his new documentary An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power tonight.

Ten years after his original film An Inconvenient Truth, American politician Al Gore remains deeply committed to publicising the oncoming perils of climate change and, as this film demonstrates, doing something practical about it.

Taking over from original director Davis Guggenheim, directors Bonnie Cohen and Jon Shenk follow Gore as he travels the globe tutoring eco-activists, as well as demonstrating to his critics who deny global warming that his original, dour predictions are proving correct already, as evidenced by Miami's regular floods and Hurricane Sandy putting Manhattan’s Ground Zero underwater.

Footage of Barack Obama and Donald Trump’s efforts, conversely, to address and refute climate change are equally chilling, played out against the background of the 15 hottest years on record having occurred since 2001. Overall, the film is both sobering and heartening.

Tickets for tonightw's 7pm show are on sale at or on 0871 902 5726.