In 2007, Gore was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, along with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, for “informing the world of the dangers posed by climate change.”
But for it to be "global warming" then both hemispheres need to be warming - unfortunately:
The climate of global cooling, which officially began mid-December 2017 will be with us for the next 36 solar years.
With it comes the irregularity of seasons, winter weather storms extended into spring in some regions; while early spring season experiences summer-like dryness in other regions and others see severe storm activity.
This is the weather of global cooling and it has to be understood as being a climate of extreme weather conditions which can exist simultaneously.
A clear marker of all this is how the Sun's reduced magnetic and ultraviolet activity alters the jet streams, wind patterns and ocean currents - resulting in high irregularity of seasons with wild weather.
This is taking place right now - as reports of extreme conditions has three different kinds of weather striking at the same time - severe thunderstorms and tornado risks in the South; wildfire threats in Oklahoma and Southern Plains, and a blizzard through the Upper Plains and Upper Midwest. a
These kinds of extreme weather conditions will become more of the norm rather than the exception in the years and decades to come.
This is the climate of global cooling, as forecasted.