The tide gauge at Vancouver, Canada shows no change in sea level over the last 100 years. Experts there are terrified.
that extra CO2, we now know, causes the planet to become steadily warmer and far more violent.
Alvin Blok tells The Grand Rapids Press (http://bit.ly/Ksj8k5 ) that a cold snap early Sunday as well as below-freezing temperatures earlier all but wiped out his family's 45-acre apple crop. He says he suspects peaches they grown on a few acres of the Blok Orchard also were decimated.
The Marlborough District Council has bought $238,500 of carbon credits in advance of becoming liable for greenhouse gas emissions from its Bluegums landfill.
prices of carbon credits, once at ¤17, started a downward slide from last year and settled at ¤5.08 in April 2012.