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Tonga volcano felt around the world

The Tonga volcano and ensuing tsunami were felt around the world. The January 15, 2022, event affected the shores of places as far away as Oregon while the pressure wave moved across the globe.

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Warming The Planet Is An Unintentional Crime – OpEd – Eurasia Review

Certain Western countries are chiefly responsible for the global warming. They have been warming the planet since the industrialization, which started about 200 years ago.  The insatiable thirst by big emitters, which their numbers are increasing, is making the life…

Now The Elites Want To Use Covid-Style Tyranny To ‘Fight Climate Change’

How far would you go to mitigate the effects of climate change? If you’re like most people, the answer is, probably not far at all. According to numerous surveys, the vast majority of Americans aren’t willing to make even modest…

In the climate change era, every bit of warming matters: Sumaira Abdulali – Forbes India

Agriculture is the highest source of methane emissions, and is led by emissions from livestock, the dairy and beef industries, says data available with the USImage: Shutterstock In September 2020, Satellite Iris launched by GHGSat, Canada, observed her first methane…

Morano Minute: The First-Ever Diagnosed Case Of…Climate Change?!

Written by Marc Morano on Jan 13, 2022. Posted in Latest news A doctor in British Columbia, Canada, made waves by becoming the first doctor to ever diagnose a patient as suffering from “climate change.” Is this the beginning of…

Global Warming and Population Growth Are Impacting Local Bird Numbers – Sarasota

The Sarasota Audubon Society conducted its 71st annual Christmas Bird Count on Jan. 1, 2022. Volunteers tallied 165 species and about 30,000 birds. It’s the second-highest recorded number of species in the 71 years that the Sarasota Audubon has been…

For the Climate, Biden Must Be More Aggressive in Ending New Truck and Bus Emissions

At a gathering on the White House lawn last August, President Biden spoke of a future in which electric cars and trucks will be the only vehicles on the road. “The question,” he said, “is whether we’ll lead or fall…

‘Lithium Triangle’: Latin America Is The Middle East Of Rare Earth Mining

Gabriel Boric’s recent win in Chile’s presidential election should be a wake-up call for the United States and its allies. Chile and several of its neighbors make Latin America the new Middle East, given their substantial share of the mining…

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