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Climate change: Open in case of emergency

By Tom Prugh The financial advisory firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, the largest of the so-called Big Four, published a report in November 2012 concluding that it was too late to keep the future rise in global average temperatures at just 2 degrees centigrade.
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Australia warns of rising sea levels

In charge of the National Climate Council, among the most serious foreseeable consequences is an increase in the frequency of coastal flooding and the withdrawal of the coastline, pointing out that both threats would cause massive damage in a country where most of the population lives on the shores of the sea ​​and in whose cities and the rest of the important localities the infrastructures are concentrated.
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Mark Ruffalo honors Atlanta environmental activists as superheroes

Mark Ruffalo is making the most of his time in the greater Atlanta area, both in and out of theaters. While filming his roles as Bruce Banner and Hulk for Avengers: Infinity War at Fayetteville's Studios Pinewood (and the Fairlie-Poplar Historic District) this summer, the Oscar-nominated actor, Bernie Sanders follower and lifelong environmentalist He has also been seen hugging sea lions at the Georgia Aquarium, representing the Braves and clowning with his co-stars, Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.
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Climate change slows down the Earth, study finds

By Michael PearsonClassify this under the & 34; Things You Possibly Didn't Know & 34;: Climate change, scientists say, is slowing the Earth's rotation very slightly - not a new idea. In fact, for years scientists have been searching for the relationship between melting glaciers, rising sea levels, and a slowdown of the Earth.
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Breast milk tragedy

By Laura Villadiego One year later, the report The Baby Killer, by the NGO War On Want, denounced the practices of the multinational, and the sensitization led to a worldwide boycott as of 1977. It was not, however, a new publicity, since it had been used since the late nineteenth century to encourage mothers either to stop breastfeeding their children or to supplement their supposedly insufficient flow with their artificial milk.
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