Monday, September 16, 2019
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Tag: climate change

Credit, climate change and the Sabbath

To buy or sell? Perhaps, one day soon, we won't even get to choose.

Avondale scientists publish decade-long study of Lake Macquarie fauna

The 10-year inventory of more than 1600 species of beasts, birds and bugs will help others measure the impact of climate change and urbanisation on fauna in Lake Macquarie’s largest catchment.

I don’t believe in climate change . . .

Nathan Brown doesn't believe in climate change. And here's why you shouldn't, either.

ADRA assists famine-struck East Africa

ADRA Australia has launched the East Africa Famine Appeal in the wake of the region’s devastating humanitarian crisis.

Church leaders call for compassionate foreign policy

Leaders of the Adventist Church in Australia have joined 11 other Australian churches to call on the Federal Government to make compassion and equity foundations of the nation’s foreign policy.

Confessions of a failing lobbyist

Failures happen. Hope always remains.

Kiribati Adventist youth urge greater climate action

Two Adventist young people from Kiribati have shared stories of how climate change is impacting their nation and called for greater action against climate change as guests of the “Voices for Justice” conference, hosted by Micah Australia in Canberra on November 19–21.

ADRA Samoa director awarded

ADRA Samoa director Su’a Julia Wallwork was awarded first place for her paper and presentation at an international climate change symposium hosted by the University of Fiji and University of Hamburg.

What climate agreement means for Adventists?

Paris had barely left global headlines for its terrorist attack before taking centre stage again earlier this month. The global climate change summit—“COP21”—brought world leaders and policy-makers together.

Adventists provide aid after floods in India

ADRA and church employees deliver food and other relief in Chennai.
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