At 7 pm on October 1, 2014 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 10341 Hwy. 42 in north Ephraim, well-known Door County geologist Roger Kuhns will speak on ICELAND: The Rapid Melting Of Its Glaciers. Kuhns will discuss and illustrate the rapid glacial melt-back occurring in Iceland over the past several decades and the impacts of this phenomenon. The reasons for the melt-back relate to increasing global temperatures, and variations in short-term weather and long-term climate. Kuhns has made several trips to Iceland, the most recent being earlier this year.
Roger Kuhns holds a PhD in geology, and is president of the sustainable practices company SustainAudit, LLC. He is also a writer and performer of true-story monologues.
This program is sponsored by the Climate Change Coalition of Door County and is open to the public. The Coalition is dedicated to fostering awareness of the impacts of climate change on Door County, Wisconsin and the world, and to working together on a non-partisan basis to meet our responsibility to future generations to address climate change.