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Wind slowing since 1950’s

This Vancouver Sun article suggests that overland winds have slowed 3% – 5% since 1950’s. Claims climate change is the culprit.

26. January 2011 by Jason Hayes
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Canada: probe into GHG reporting could restrict trading rights

This May 7 Globe and Mail article gives an indication of some of the difficulties that international carbon trading schemes could impose on individual countries. If rules imposed and monitored by the U.N. are not followed, or carbon reporting mechanisms are deemed insufficient by the U.N.’s "enforcement branch," a country’s right to trade carbon credits internationally could be restricted or suspended.

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12. May 2008 by Jason Hayes
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