Gas as a Transition Fuel?
29 May 2021
A fact sheet compiled by David McKirdy and Tony Hill
What is natural gas?
Natural gas is a mixture of methane and lesser amounts of other hydrocarbons...
Six science questions that could be asked of our local parliamentary representative
2 October 2020
The following questions could be a stimulus for some of us to continue our approach to our federal (and state) representatives. They have been adapted from questions compiled by four prominent US scientists ...
The Environmental Action Group of the Uniting Church in SA - MISSION STATEMENT
21 July 2020
The original mandate given in 2O14 by the then Synod and Presbytery of South Australia charged the Environmental Action Group [EAG] to enable the church to: express its concern for all created life on the planet; model ways of living and working ...
The Way Forward – A Systems View of the World
17 June 2020
Some people have been working away at linking COVID-19 with climate change. Of course, it would be a long-shot to link the two in any causal way. But if we were to think in terms of systems – biological systems and human created systems ...
Connections between disease and climate change
19 May 2020
The world is in the midst of a severe disease pandemic which has come when creation is already in the midst of another major crisis, climate change. While climate change may have no direct connection to the emergence of the current pandemic, it is...
Near-term Social Collapse: Threat or Promise?
21 November 2019
As I write, 'unprecedented' fires in the Eastern States of Australia in November 2019 have been burning for days. They are likely to continue for weeks yet. They have already burnt out more than 1m hectares. Lives have been lost, ...