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October smashes global temperature records

2015 climate statistics are continuing to lend weight to rapid global carbon reduction efforts as delegates prepare for next month’s COP21 meeting in Paris.

US agency NOAA on Wednesday reported October the hottest month ever seen across the globe, with global oceans also showing record high temperatures.

Higher carbon reduction targets would be a boon for an EU biofuels industry already earning its spurs in GHG-reduction efforts, but still facing an uncertain future post 2020 when RED mandates expire, with transport likely to be bundled into economy-wide carbon reduction efforts.

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