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Ivanka Trump takes her seat before the third and final 2016 presidential campaign debate between Republican US presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton at UNLV in Las Vegas, Nevada, US, October 19, 2016. Reuters/Mike Blake

During the US presidential elections, Donald Trump made it public that he did not accept scientific evidence proving that climate change is a very important issue in today’s society. But unlike her father, Ivanka Trump seems to believe that it is a real and pressing matter, evidenced by her recent meeting with environmentalist Al Gore.

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On Monday, the former US vice president separately met with Donald and Ivanka at Trump Tower. After the same, he told the press that his meeting with the businessman-turned-politician was very successful. “I had a lengthy and very productive session with the president-elect,” he said. “It was a sincere search for areas of common ground.”

And while his time was mostly spent with Donald, Gore did see Ivanka earlier on in the day. According to transition aide Jason Miller, the two discussed climate change, which has apparently become an advocacy for the incoming first daughter. However, the details of the meeting were not shared with the public.

“I found it an extremely interesting conversation and [will] be continued,” Gore said. “I’m just going to leave it at that.”

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Gore, who publicly endorsed Hillary Clinton during the elections, has let bygones be bygones. Instead of dreading the upcoming Trump presidency, he has made attempts to move past their differences. He told The Guardian in an interview that there was no time to waste and that there are more important issues to face.

“My message would be that despair is just another form of denial. There is no time to despair. We don’t have time to lick our wounds, to hope for a different election outcome,” he said. “We have to win this struggle and we will win it; the only question is how fast we win. But more damaged is baked into the climate system every day, so it’s a race against time.”

It would seem that Gore has at least found an ally against climate change in Ivanka, who various outlets claim will make it one of her signature advocacies. However, the 35-year-old has not publicly said anything about the issue. Nevertheless, Gore told the publication that he hopes outgoing US president Barack Obama and Hillary will also join in the noteworthy fight. “They both have the right positions on climate change,” he explained.