Wednesday, July 24, 2013


CO2 scam rewarded with cash:  US government pledges US 7.2 million for Maldives climate change adaptation
Under the MoU, USAID will provide US$7.2 million for a global climate change adaptation project
Deadly cold weather grips South America - Weather - Al Jazeera English
At least six people in Argentina are now believed to have died due to the weather.
Global Warming Alarmists Seek to Restrict Air Conditioning | Heartlander Magazine
Goodbye, incandescent light bulbs that provide bright white light rather than the nauseating yellow of compact fluorescents. Goodbye, affordable coal-powered electricity under EPA’s current and upcoming carbon dioxide restrictions. Goodbye, muscle cars and SUVs under EPA’s soon-to-be tightened fuel economy restrictions. Is air conditioning next to go? Frighteningly, global warming alarmists are increasingly setting their sights on the air conditioners that make life in the summer time so much more pleasant.
Corn Tumbles to 33-Month Low as U.S. Rain Bolstering Record Crop - Businessweek
Farmers will harvest more corn than ever this year
Grapes, exports push Tulare County crop value to record $6.2 billion
Jul 24, 2013 (Menafn - The Fresno Bee - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) --Higher prices and a boost in exports pushed Tulare County's 2012 crop values to a record 6.2 billion, up 10% from 2011.
2009: Climate change could end California farming: Chu | Reuters
(Reuters) - Secretary of Energy Steven Chu warned climate change could wipe out California's farms by the end of the century

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