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Does Earth Science cover the practical aspects of combatting climate change?

I think that for those questions, you will get better answers if you ask them on Sustainable Living Stack Exchange.
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When rocks are identified can we put the name of it in the title?

I agree. The rock-identification questions are of little help for people other than the OP. So if we put the rock name in the title (something like [SOLVED: Anthracite]), would help for search engines ...
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Is it correct to ask a question that can be answered doing searches?

I would say that at least 90% of questions in the whole SE can be answered by a google search - with a significantly different degree of effort, of course. And yet, that is not a reason for not having ...
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Is it correct to ask a question that can be answered doing searches?

I'll repost my comment as an answer to get the ball rolling, perhaps others will have some feedback as well. In this case are you describing a situation where you have a question and you've found ...
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Does Earth Science cover the practical aspects of combatting climate change?

If I were reviewing, I think I'd consider questions 2 and 3 on-topic. That doesn't necessarily mean that this is the best place to ask them.
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When rocks are identified can we put the name of it in the title?

I lean towards no. That would be no different to answering other questions in the title (albeit most answers won't fit!) Users can still search the rock term of interest in the search bar and find ...
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Removing the "guide for asking rock identification questions" warning from the question review

Right. These can only be edited by staff (see Meta Stack Exchange for details), so once we reach community consensus on the new text, we will ask a community moderator to edit the text accordingly.
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Does Earth Science cover the practical aspects of combatting climate change?

I consider questions about emissions and evaporation to be fine for Earth Science ... but you should look at Engineering Stack Exchange if you are interested in technology like renewable energy. ...
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