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7.2 earthquake today in Sarangani triggers tsunami warning

April 29, 2017: A strong earthquake of magnitude 7.2 occurred 53 km SW of Sarangani, Davao Occidental at 04:23 am Philippine Standard Time …

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Canton, Texas tornado 2017: 8 killed in Texas, Missouri, Arkansas

Climate March draws massive crowd to Washington, D.C. in sweltering heat

EPA wipes its climate change site day before march on Washington

For most people, America is regressing into a developing nation

Ecosocialists debate James Hansen’s climate change exit strategy

7.2 earthquake today in Sarangani triggers tsunami warning

Organic Soy is More Nutritious than GE or Conventional Soy

Trump signs executive order on offshore drilling and marine sanctuaries

The Arctic Ocean has become a garbage trap for 300 billion pieces of plastic – “Most of the plastic that we have disposed in the ocean is still now in transit to the Arctic”

Sea level could rise more than three meters by 2100 – “Unabated global warming will lead to sea-level rise of many meters – possibly more than ten meters – within a few centuries”

EU to Consider Banning Non-Agricultural Pesticide Use

Ananas Anam secures a new financing round to accelerate sales, marketing and supply chain of Piñatex™, a proprietary natural and sustainable alternative to leather

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April 28: World Day for Safety and Health at Work

Three Manifestos: Climate Struggles and Ecosocialism

How global warming will impact homeowners insurance – Rising sea levels equal rising premiums

Long-term impact of rising sea level on U.S. cities is increasing

Ruins, not reefs: How global warming is fast-forwarding coral science – “Almost none of this reef has made it through 2015 and 2016. It’s the wholesale destruction of the reef.”

Major palm oil company promises to protect forests

Carl Schorlemmer as a historian of science

Syngenta Facing Thousands of Lawsuits for GE Corn

Properly Representing Wind and Solar in Electricity Systems: Electricity Generated (Part II)

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Migration induced by sea-level rise could reshape the U.S. population landscape – Florida to lose the most people, even with aggressive adaptation efforts

Global warming making oceans more toxic by increasing algae blooms – “The distribution, frequency, and intensity of these events have increased across the globe”

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I saw the plunder of our oceans with my own eyes

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