Thursday, October 03, 2013


Oceans face deadly trio of threats, study says | Reuters
"The 'deadly trio' of ... acidification, warming and deoxygenation is seriously affecting how productive and efficient the ocean is," the study said.
A climate skeptic states his case | Ars Technica
Happer was asked about Richard Muller's work with the Berkeley Earth project, which found that the best correlation for modern temperatures was with CO2. "In a word, it's junk," Happer stated. "He needs to make a prediction that is actually observed."
Norway to buy 30 mln U.N. carbon credits: finance ministry - News - Point Carbon
LONDON, Oct 3 (Reuters Point Carbon) – Norway’s government will buy 30 million U.N.-backed carbon credits to meet a 2020 pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions 30 percent under 1990 levels by 2020, the ministry of finance said Thursday.
ICE weekly outlook: Large crop overhanging canola
Statistics Canada releases its latest production estimate on Friday and average trade estimates come in at around 16.5 million tonnes. That would be more than two million tonnes above the previous record, and compares with the 2012 crop of 13.9 million tonnes.

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