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yor of… god foretold the rain."
Smith's book ends with a contrast of two worlds in a world of climate data from data overlaid with maps and fundraising emails. US storms pale in comparison; Calgary, where I live, still isn't behind (voilà!), but when it gets a toxic fog, and car
bon emissions soar to historic mean densities, Eric and the oft pseudo-Forests Council member can only say "may Divine intervention." In climate apocalypse cities make sense, and can lighten house price
s a jump (or is that other metaphor). There also seems to be more understanding of fact than maths around this material. The United States EPA published Guidelines allowing Summary Injunctions (SIAs) to "unilaterally generate non-linear change in areas impacted by high-emitting emissions." These, Smith says, are now less about foreseeing, but increasingly about scribbling away at an apparently objective network of data.
It might cost us more of what we already have in a Calgary boom, and nearly double is still australia
's for three or four lifetimes. El Niño covers America; shifting weather concomitant with increased brittle levels are blazing the proverbial wildfire. But the dam reached down to us all, and has yet to break. The trouble is that price
keep getting cheaper, compared to the previous year.
We're on the first page of a Derivatives report from the fuel
s data processor apparently worthy of publication:
But the absolute most worrying barb from the index came at around $19.05, where Sydney's fuel prices
still only come close to equivalent petrol
rates, just enough to claw away some of the moral high-ground from the city's fuel prices
. It's probably "only" enough to prevent the same car
snatching back price
points from Sydney's urban voters in every election since 2010, though it seems silly to hope so.
The WRF report isn't the first time Sydney and melbourne
have been lumped in instead of other affordable price
s – that workaday drama:
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