An Inconvenient Truth (2006) is Al Gore’s environmental documentary chronicling the impact humanity is having on the environment. Even though the documentary was made by a politician, I left out any biased political references on the documentary guide and stuck to the scientific and environmental messages. The documentary makes a strong case for human-influenced climate change using solid scientific facts, logical argumentative points, and solid unbiased reasoning. It also explores and debunks the misinformation often presented when talking about global warming or climate change. The documentary guide has a total of 44 questions. It consists of mostly higher-order thinking questions, with some more basic questions included. This documentary explores scientific concepts including pollution, climate change, global warming, the greenhouse effect, ozone depletion, carbon dioxide levels, trend lines, glacial melt, severe weather events, climate vs weather patterns, educated populace, and moral issues concerning climate change. The documentary is well-suited, but not limited to, the following classes: ecology, environmental science, or the humanities.