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Every Penny Thrown into Rome’s Trevi Fountain Goes to Help the City’s Poor

Every year, the more than €1 million in coins thrown into the Trevi Fountain in Rome are hoovered up to feed, clothe, and house the city’s poor. Completed in 1762, the marble marvel is one of the Eternal City’s most popular attractions. Commissioned in the 1730s by Nicola Salvi, it depicts the taming of waters. […]

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Remains of Prehistoric BBQ Suggests Dinner was Served 780,000 Years Ago–600,000 Years Earlier than we Thought

A whopping 780,000 years ago, early humans sat down in front of a roaring fire for a BBQ of carp fish in what’s modern-day Israel. The remains of their meal, now discovered by archeologists, pushes back the confirmed date of the first known use of fire for cooking by 600,000 years, back into the earliest […]

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Earth can regulate its own temperature, naturally ‘canceling out’ global warming — but likely not soon enough – Study Finds

‘We know that today’s global warming will eventually be canceled out through this stabilizing feedback… But on the other hand, it will take hundreds of thousands of years to happen.’ CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Will climate change really be the end of…

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…

Effects of Climate Change – Impacts and Examples – NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council)

Jump to Section Tokyo during a record-breaking heat wave, August 13, 2020 The Yomiuri Shimbun via AP Images Higher average temperatures This change in global average temperature—seemingly small but consequential and climbing—means that, each summer, we are likely to experience…

The Impact of Global Warming on Marine Biodiversity – AZoCleantech

Human-induced climate change seems to have had a significant impact on Earth’s biodiversity. Several species’ habitats, including those in the oceans, are diminishing, and invasive species are conquering new regions. Planktonic foraminifera are microorganisms that live in the uppermost water…

Frontseats to apocalypse: Watching climate change unfold at Arctic | Daily Sabah – Daily Sabah

Climate change has long been the subject of science-fiction films, or rather disaster flicks, with the phenomenon bringing armageddon to Earth. Today, though, the plots of science fiction have become the reality of our world. Today, without fiction, science suggests…

At the gateway to the Arctic, a world in turmoil – Yahoo News

Sled dog breeder David Daley lives at the gateway to the Canadian Arctic, occupying a front-row seat to the march of global warming, and he senses calamity ahead. “For all the devastation that we’re doing to her, she’s not going…

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