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Prominent LGBTQ lawyer sets fire to "protest suicide" of climate change

David Buckel, a prominent LGBT civil rights lawyer, fatally burned himself on Saturday morning at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, New York. In a farewell letter near his body, Buckel said he had used "fossil fuel" to "kindle the fire and wanted his death to symbolize what people are doing to Earth," the New York Daily reported News. Buckel sent copies …

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New Zealand bans new offshore drilling and cites climate change

The government said it would allow existing 22 active offshore permits, covering more than 38,000 square miles, to run to their expiration date, which is "2030". Companies Finding More Oil and Gas Reserves Where they already had permits, they could drill for decades and new onshore permits could be granted. The New Zealand Petroleum Research and Production Society criticized the …

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Unusual climate during Roman times plunged Eurasia into starvation and disease

A subfossil log was lifted out of a lake. Credit: Samuli Helama / Natural Resources Institute Finland A recent study published in a respected scientific journal shows that volcanic eruptions in the mid-'50s led to an unusually gloomy and cold period. A Joint Research Project of the Chronological Laboratory of the Finnish Museum of Natural History and Natural Resources Finland …

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According to studies, the circulation of the Atlantic Ocean is sinking dramatically and increasing fears of climate change

The circulation of the Atlantic Ocean, which transports heat to the high latitudes of the northern hemisphere, is slowing due to climate change, a team of scientists claimed on Wednesday, suggesting that one of the most dreaded consequences is already beginning. The Atlantic Meridionale Circulating circulation has fallen 15 percent to a "new record low" since the mid-20th century, the …

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Tiny sea creatures keep secrets of the Earth's climate – TechSource International

NASA's NASA mission began its last task to carry out an integrated study of all four different phases of the phytoplankton bloom and their impact on the phytoplankton bloom. Above – a look at the research ship Atlantis, Seaborne for the study "North Atlantic Aerosols and Marine Ecosystems" Photo credits: Nicole Estaphan about NASA Every new season brings change. Seasonal …

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Climate change chooses the Atlantic heating system

image copyright WHOI Caption The circulation system plays an "important role" in regulating Earth's climate by distributing heat around the globe. A significant shift in the ocean currents system that helps keep parts of Europe warm could lower UK temperatures, scientists have found. They say that the circulation system of the Atlantic is now weaker than in more than a …

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