Monday, July 29, 2013


Palm drops on record soy crop outlook | Reuters
Prices plunged to an almost four-year low last week amid projections that ideal weather in the U.S. Midwest could pave the way for a record soybean harvest
Green Energy Disaster Sinks Siemens CEO | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Siemens, Europe’s largest engineering company, has lost patience with its CEO after Peter Loescher’s expansion into green energy and expensive acquisitions led to a fifth profit-forecast cut. Supervisory board officials have asked for the 55-year-old Austrian native to be ousted.
Told You So: Green Levies On Energy Bills Hit Poor Hardest, MPs Confirm | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Ministers were last night criticised for funding billions of pounds-worth of green schemes and climate change programmes through levies on household gas and electricity bills rather than recouping the money directly from taxpayers.
Merkel’s Green Shift Backfires As German CO2 Emissions Jump | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Germany’s rise in CO2 emissions is set to worsen for a second year, the first back-to-back increase since at least the 1980s, after Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to shut nuclear plants led utilities to burn more coal.
Chilly Summertime Air Brings Record Cold to Parts of the Northern Plains, Midwest
Record Low Maximum Temperatures:
• Friendship, Wisconsin (7/27/13) – 58 Degrees (Record was 68, Set in 1935) [Average High is 83 for July 27th]

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