Friday, June 14, 2013


Ontario Winter Wheat Frost Damage Worse Than Expected - Blackburn News
Frost damage on Ontario’s winter wheat crop was more significant than first expected.
OMAF Cereals Specialist Peter Johnson says some fields near Thamesville were replanted to soybeans.
Overall, Johnson says winter wheat crop progress has been slow with the cool temperatures.
Tuvalu takes climate message to Venice Biennale | RTCC Climate Change News
[comment] Ironically, or fittingly, the Venice Biennale has one of the largest carbon footprints in the World. Nearly 400,000 visitors, many flying from great distances.
Long Island News - Schumer, Gillibrand Urge Obama to Cut Carbon [sic] Pollution from Power Plant | Long Island Exchange
[Five senators strongly suggest that CO2 caused Sandy]
The Grim Politics Facing the Bloomberg Climate Change Plan - Sarah Goodyear - The Atlantic Cities
Bloomberg's administration has succeeded in achieving many of the goals of PlaNYC 2030 that are within the scope of local control, such as building new bike infrastructure [So when can we expect to notice some bike-infrastructure-caused, measurable reduction in bad weather?]

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