It’s very doubtful that earth crustal movements are related to climate change. I suppose there’s a possibility that the melting polar ice caps could have some effect on the weight distribution around the planet that would cause adjustments in the crust, but that’s a stretch.
Huge earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and tsunamis have occurred throughout earth history. I’m not aware of any legitimate scientific theory or research that relates them to global warming.
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