An Inconvenient Truth 2
|Inconvenient Too - A film about the world getting better
(a.k.a. A Green Truth)
|Written by||Will Turner|
|Directed by||Jack Guest|
|Narrated by||Andrew Greenough|
|Theme music composer||Tim Ineston|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of episodes||3|
|Original network||Community Channel UK, Gaiam TV|
In March 2012 a 71-minute edit of the TV series was distributed digitally as a pay per view event worldwide by Gaiam TV under the name 'A Green Truth',  across a number of online platforms.
In September 2012 a 52-minute theatrical cut was screened in two UK cinemas, The Bacon Theatre in Cheltenham UK and York Picturehouse Citiscreen in York UK.
A special 72-minute screening was held at the filmmaker's local independent cinema, the Sherborne Cinema in Gloucester on March 12, 2017 followed by a Q&A session with the director. 
The film was re-released on YouTube in March 2017 under the title 'Inconvenient Too - A film about the world getting better'
Following on from An Inconvenient Truth, An Inconvenient Truth 2 is a film about potential solutions to climate change. The presenter Jack Guest with a film crew in 2006 went to Sweden, a country aiming to breaking its dependence on oil by 2020. Whilst there they interviewed a range of people, from politicians, corporate organisations, scientists, families and entrepreneurs.
During post production for the original cinema version in 2007, finance was raised and invested by Gibson's Financial to complete the post production process when under original production's title of A Convenient Truth. This version was renamed as 'Jack's Journey' and is distinct from 'An Inconvenient Truth 2'. It is feature length and was first broadcast on the Community Channel on November 25, 2012.
This three-part show attempts to highlight Sweden's potential solutions to climate change, how they work, and potential improve peoples' lives.
- Narrator: Andrew Greenough
- Presenter: Jack Guest
- Associate Producers: Mark Rotherham, Benjamin Everingham
- Post-production Producer: Ben Everingham
- Executive Producers: Alan Smith, Marcus Hemsley, Grace Kite, Helen Dines, Alastair Wolfe, Stephen O'Neill, Suzie Mumme, Fiorello Belperio.
- Advice & Support: Kate Forester, Jessica Storr, Diensen Palbarn, Adam Bennet, Chris Walker, Natasha Bondi, Rupert Read, Paul Nasse, Doug Lyon, Tom Tapper.
- Opening title sequence: Alex Wright
- Closing title sequence: Margot Buff
- Voiceover Recording: Robert Moorman and Thom Paisley.
Overall the UK Community Channel broadcast (3 TV episodes) received 3 stars out of 5 in Time Out. The Time Out reviewer David Jenkins added about the film:
"One suspects that the legal team on Al Gore's original 2006 Powerpoint extravaganza may have their own 'Inconvenient truth' to lay on the makers of this coat-tail clinging series, which takes a glance at some of the methods being used to tackle climate change. Fledgling director Jack Guest hops on a variety of eco vehicles to yomp from his hometown of Cheltenham to Sweden so he can speak to some of the country's industrial innovators about the steps they're taking to prevent the planet from becoming and apocalyptic cess-pool. It's very ragged around the edges and has no real sustained argument, though it piles in enough factoids to justify the enticingly slim runtime. Though the wannabe raffish narration is an unnecessary distraction."
A screening in York was reviewed in the independent media outlet and student run University of York website The Yorker. "Another thing which I love is how quintessentially British this film is - production started in 2006, just after Al Gore released his film. It's as if Jack said, 'Hang on - it's not all doom and gloom!' This was developed more in the question and answer session shown afterward the screening. He explained how his aim was to show that environmental changes are achievable in our lifetime to motivate a younger audience, but also that the change starts now, not with the next generation - a core message for the green movement."
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