Apparently when the editors of PUBLIC WORKS named Al Gore one of 2006's Trendsetters, others agreed: On Oct. 12, the former vice president and U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change jointly received the 2007 Nobel Peace for their work in spreading awareness of climate change. Gore's Oscar-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth, and the group's push for “greener” practices around the globe, are a big reason you're being pressed to use biodiesel in your fleets, reduce your facilities' energy consumption, and step up recycling in your communities. To see who's succeeded Gore on the 2007 Trendsetters list, turn to page 30.