Al Gore Suddenly Cancels Copenhagen Lecture

NOTE: The following copy is a Google translation into English from the original Danish story, so some of it is incoherent.

Al Gore Cancels Lecture During COP15 – Berlingske Tidende

Thursday 3rd December 2009, 15:06

Berlingske regret to announce that Al Gore has canceled his event. The more than 3,000 readers who bought a ticket, get money back.

Al Gore has this morning told Berlingske Media’s great annoyance has canceled his planned major climate talks for Danes 16th December in the old Carlsberg because, under the title “Climate Conclusion”.

Cancellation comes with regard to unforeseen changes in Al Gore’s program for the climate summit, COP 15.

Scheduled for Al Gore to show his new multimedia show, which fits just been published in his book “Our Choice”, which comes with solutions to the planet’s global climate problems.

Berlingske Media is incredibly disappointed.

Around 3000 the Danes had already secured a ticket for Berlingske Media’s event, planned since August and should have taken place just two days before the climate summit, COP 15, will end.

We have had a clear-cut agreement, and it is unusual with great disappointment that we have to announce that Al Gore cancels. We have welcomed us and had a huge expectation for the event. We have appreciated that we have been able to give the Danes the opportunity to get close to the Climate Summit via Al Gore. We do not yet know the detailed reasons for the cancellation, says Lisbeth Knudsen, CEO of Berlingske Media.

Anyone who bought tickets would get their money refunded by the ticket booth, which has been responsible for sales.

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