Former US Vice President Al Gore and the producers of the 2006 Oscar-winning environmental film An Inconvenient Truth are plotting a sequel.
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3 Apr 2014 - 6:47 PM  UPDATED 4 Apr 2014 - 2:58 PM

Former US Vice President Al Gore and the producers of Oscar-winning environmental film An Inconvenient Truth are plotting a sequel to the 2006 documentary.

The movie, which raised awareness of climate change, made $US50 million ($A54.22 million) at the global box office, and producer Lawrence Bender tells The Hollywood Reporter there are plans to revisit the project, which featured Gore as a narrator.

"We have had conversations. We've met; we've discussed," he says.

Bender insists there is a pressing need to spread the climate change message, adding: "Some people actually believe global warming doesn't exist."