Tags » Climate Change

Where the Earth shows its bones

(Thoughts on time and change, from Iceland)

Photo: Lava flow, near Selatangar, Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland (all photos in this post © Stephen Heard or Kristie Heard) 862 more words

The Anthropocene debate: Why is such a useful concept starting to fall apart?

by Aaron Vansintjan*

Like ‘sustainability’, ‘development’, ‘natural’, or ‘green’, the term is so vague that it can be used by anyone, whether they want to challenge the powers that be, just want to make a quick buck, or score a research grant.

1,970 more words

Designers have the possibility to reduce climate change but choose not to!!!

In such a complex sector as the building industry, governments are faced with the challenge to implement building policies that will reduce carbon emissions through energy efficient buildings . 520 more words

Climate Change

Romans 8

This was written a couple of years ago for a follow-up blog to a workshop on prayer I ran for the SPEAK Network*, but it’s something I’ve continued to think about to the point at which this passage has become probably my favourite part of the Bible. 1,015 more words


My favourite community photos of 2014 and 2015


If you’re like me you get sick of politicians, well, being bastards.

Continuously they are denying community outcry against human rights abuses.

But, below you will see some of my favourite photos from 2014 to 2015.  477 more words


Shanghai records lowest temperature in 145 years!


As the 200 year solar cycle changes to a period of inactivity, these are the kinds of records that are very important in proving that everything in climate is indeed cyclical. 37 more words

Australia can stop greenhouse gas emissions by 2050: here's how

Anna Skarbek, Monash University

To avoid dangerous climate change there is a finite amount of greenhouse gas emissions, in particular CO2, that we can add to the atmosphere – our global carbon budget. 988 more words