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Canada is investing $134 million In Weather Monitoring

By Roy L Hales

Over the last six decades, Canada’s mean temperatures have risen 1.5 degrees Celsius and glaciers in the two most Western provinces have shrunk between 11% and 25%. While there have been some benefits, extreme weather occurrences are increasing in frequency and magnitude. Most experts blame Global Warming. Though little has been done to check the nation’s rising emissions, Canada is investing $134 million in weather monitoring.

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Time to get the Record about Germany’s Emissions Straight

World GHG Emissions are 61% over 1990 levels; Germany’s are 23% below

Originally Published on Clean Technica

By Roy L Hales

Maybe you remember the headlines about 2013. Merkel’s Green shift backfires as German pollution jumps“; “Germany now EU’s worst polluter as CO2 emissions rise.” It was the third year in a row CO2 levels rose. The critics howled that Energiewende was failing, but is that true? It’s time to get the record about Germany’s emissions straight

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