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FILE - A mating pair of northern gannets nuzzle on Bonaventure Island off the Gaspe Peninsula, July 31, 2017, in Quebec, Canada. The warming of the planet is taking a deadly toll on seabirds that are suffering population declines because of lack of fish to eat, inability to reproduce, heat waves and extreme weather. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File)

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FILE - Laysan albatrosses do a mating dance on Midway Atoll in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Birds suffering due to climate-related causes include albatrosses off the Hawaiian islands, northern gannets near Canada and puffins off the Maine coast. (AP Photo/Lucy Pemoni, File)

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FILE - A puffin prepares to land with a bill full of fish on Eastern Egg Rock off the Maine coast. Puffins died at an alarming rate from starvation because of a shortage of herring. The warming of the planet is taking a deadly toll on seabirds that are suffering population declines because of lack of fish to eat, inability to reproduce, heat waves and extreme weather. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File)

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FILE - An Atlantic puffin comes in for a landing on Eastern Egg Rock, a small island off the coast of Maine, July 21, 2019. The Atlantic puffin, Maine's iconic seabird, suffered one of their worst years for reproduction in decades during the summer of 2021, due to a lack of the small fish they eat. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File)

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FILE - A colony of northern gannets and their chicks covers a section of Bonaventure Island off the Gaspe Peninsula, July 31, 2017, in Quebec, Canada. With less food, rising sea levels encroaching islands where birds roost and increasingly frequent hurricanes wiping nests away, many seabirds have been having fewer chicks, researchers said. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File)

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FILE - A guillemot holds an Acadian redfish on Eastern Egg Rock off the coast of Maine on July 18, 2019. The warming of the planet is taking a deadly toll on seabirds that are suffering population declines because of lack of fish to eat, inability to reproduce, heat waves and extreme weather. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File)

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John Beard drives near a liquid natural gas facility in Port Arthur, Texas, on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021. It is one of several LNG facilities along the Gulf Coast. As the United States produces more natural gas, increasingly, it is being exported to Asia, Europe and other places. Beard, head of the Port Arthur Community Action Network, says Black and brown communities like Port Arthur are having to bear much of the risk posed by facilities like these, from explosion to impact on air quality. In addition to LNG facilities, Port Arthur is also surrounded by oil refineries and petrochemical plants. "Port Arthur's what's called the American Sacrifice Zone," Beard said. (AP Photo/Martha Irvine)

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This image provided by the New England Aquarium shows a Kemp's ridley sea turtle being intubated to assist with its breathing Monday, Nov. 29, 2021, at New England Aquarium's Sea Turtle Hospital, in Quincy, Mass. Sea turtle strandings on Cape Cod are picking up after a slow start to the season, experts at the New England Aquarium said Monday. The aquarium has so far cared for almost 120 of the animals at its Quincy turtle hospital, the vast majority of which have been endangered Kemp's ridley turtles. (Adam Kennedy/New England Aquarium via AP)