August 1, 2016

Contributed by Dr Graham Elford.  Graham was a lecturer and researcher in the Adelaide University Physics Department from 1949 until his retirement in 1988.  He was for a time President of the International Astronomical Union Commission on Interplanetary Dust and has an asteroid named after him [Elford 4974].  Since his retirement he has continued his upper atmosphere research but has in recent years focussed much of his attention on Climate Change - its causes, impacts and how the church needs to respond.  Graham has been a corresponding member of the Environmental Action Group since its inception in 2014.

On July 8, 2016 the US Navy showed that the sea ice close to the North Pole looks slushy and fractured into small pieces due to virtually continuous storms centred on the North Po...

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The EAG Environmental Symposium was held Oct 17, 2015 in Playford Uniting Church. The key note address was delivered by Trevor Powell...

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