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Do Volcanoes Have Anything to do with Climate Change? – News @ Northeastern – Northeastern University

The eruption of Mauna Loa for the first time in 40 years on the Big Island of Hawaii follows a summer and fall that saw record-high temperatures around the world. Is there a connection between climate change and volcanic eruptions?…

The Nature Conservancy Buys Insurance to Protect Hawaii’s Coral Reefs

As climate change makes coastal storms more destructive, an environmental group is trying a new approach to protecting Hawaii’s coral reefs. It could become a model for defending natural structures around the country — if it works. The plan involves…

Four students recount climate change’s impact on their lives – Harvard Gazette

Concentration: Environmental Science and Public Policy I live on the north shore of Oahu, Hawaii, in a very small town called Kahuku. Our population is 20,000. We have one stoplight. We used to have a gas station; now it’s in…

NOAA: Where Does Global Warming Go During La Niña? – SnowBrains

In general, the warmest year of any decade will be an El Niño year, the coldest a La Niña one. This graph shows annual average surface temperatures (gray bars), grouped by decade, from 1950 to 2021. The warmest and coldest…

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