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14 votes

Are ecology questions on topic?

13 votes

Introduce yourselves here

12 votes

What is the difference between Earth Science and Sustainable Living SE?

11 votes

What are some good ways to reach out to our desired audience?

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

9 votes

Provisional Moderator Nominations

8 votes

Importing questions from Reddit AskScience?

8 votes

Close question or leave open with answer "There is no answer"?

8 votes

Would importing question from private discussion boards be desirable?

7 votes

Should we host questions about hypothetical or fictional planets?

7 votes
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Is Asking A Question On Proper Temperature & Humidity Measuring On-Topic?

7 votes

Provisional Moderator Nominations

6 votes

Should I delete my account?

6 votes

Is our Beta label being removed?

5 votes

Uhh... Hello? Why are there so few questions here?

5 votes

Have the question standards for Earth Science Stack Exchange reduced since inception?

4 votes

Provisional Moderator Nominations

4 votes

Can I ask questions about rock cutting and gem cutting here?

4 votes

Editing questions tagged 'rocks' or 'minerals' together with 'identification-request'?

4 votes

2k+ users Please help delete closed rock ID questions

4 votes

Do we need to be stricter on enforcing citations?

4 votes
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How are hot questions selected?

4 votes
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Economic geography -- on topic?

4 votes

Revisiting whether agriculture is on topic

3 votes

Do we need to be stricter on enforcing citations?

3 votes

Let's change our favicon to 🌍

3 votes

OK to Add Air Quality Modeling-Related Questions?

3 votes

Should rock identification questions be 'one sample per question'?

2 votes
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What's the purpose or use of tag [world-building]?

2 votes

Advice asked for question on hold for being too broad