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global warming

We went into the depths of the ocean with a scientist seeking to understand how frozen gas deposits might respond in a rapidly warming world.
Researchers call for emergency protections as 400 remaining animals fight for their lives.
Mussels are the “canaries in the coal mine for climate change — only this canary provides food and habitat for hundreds of other species," says a biologist.
Sir David Attenborough echoed a similar sentiment, warning that the "the extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizons."
The solution from Finland, according to the president: "Raking and cleaning and doing things."
The latest U.N. climate report includes some dire forecasts.
Calling for greater international action on climate change, Samoa’s long-serving prime minister minced no words in a recent
The work follows unprecedented flooding caused by melting of the surrounding permafrost.