Early Pacific Typhoon, Australian Wheat Decline & Climate Models Adjusted


Some areas of Australia have seen up to 70% reductions compared to last years output. Reasons are drought and cold related issues. Only Western Australia have made gains. Also because of this Australian wheat is expensive compared to international markets so exporters are having a difficult time finding buyers. Early season typhoon rolls across the southern Philippines and onto Vietnam. New study from University of Exeter shows IPCC warming is off by a factor of 2, meaning all of the IPCC projections are 2X to high, but you wont see that in the news.
 

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