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Monday, December 02, 2013 to Stop Publishing Coal Stocks Directory Effective December 2013

New York, NY, Point Roberts, WA - December 2, 2013 ( Water Stocks Newswire) staff:, an investor research portal specializing in sector research for independent investors announces that effective December 2013 it will cease publication and sale of the coal stocks directory.

"We feel that there is too much indisputable information out there supporting how coal pollution is impacting the air and even more importantly our oceans. When you see reports that state within our lifetime, the oceans as we know them may die, we all need to draw a line in the sand as to what we are willing to do. This is one small thing, but we always believe that investing is a reflection of what you believe in and we can't support investment in this sector any longer."
For members who have access to the full stock directory lists online, a PDF will be sent for their files as part of the original membership obligation.
Ocean Acidification: The Other CO2 Problem- NRDC
Increased carbon dioxide is changing the chemistry of the earth’s oceans, threatening marine life
Earth’s atmosphere isn’t the only victim of burning fossil fuels. About a quarter of all carbon dioxide emissions are absorbed by the earth’s oceans, where they’re having an impact that’s just starting to be understood.
Over the last decade, scientists have discovered that this excess CO2 is actually changing the chemistry of the sea and proving harmful for many forms of marine life. This process is known as ocean acidification.
A more acidic ocean could wipe out species, disrupt the food web and impact fishing, tourism and any other human endeavor that relies on the sea.
The change is happening fast -- and it will take fast action to slow or stop it. Over the last 250 years, oceans have absorbed 530 billion tons of CO2, triggering a 30 percent increase in ocean acidity.
Before people started burning coal and oil, ocean pH had been relatively stable for the previous 20 million years. But researchers predict that if carbon emissions continue at their current rate, ocean acidity will more than double by 2100.
The polar regions will be the first to experience changes. Projections show that the Southern Ocean around Antarctica will actually become corrosive by 2050.
NRDC is the nation's most effective environmental action group, combining the grassroots power of 1.4 million members and online activists with the courtroom clout and expertise of more than 350 lawyers, scientists and other professionals.
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