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Revamp environment laws

The Awakening, a science fiction novel by Risto Isomaki published in the late 1990 had a very interesting storyline. In it, the West Siberian permafrost and offshore methane hydrate deposits started to melt, releasing huge quantities of methane into the air.

And soon, people started to suffocate to death when the atmosphere became too poisonous for them. Purely fictitious at that time, but less than a decade later, I am not so sure. A sentiment also echoed by the author of the novel.

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