Things are Looking Up as climate crunch hits funny bone

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Confronting consumerism for a safer future

Among the many challenges we face this decade is how to achieve radical decarbonisation in a way that does not entirely alienate the...

eNGOs: Marine Bill set to be a “lose-lose situation”

17 December 2021  A Bill set to determine how Ireland manages its marine territory will be a “lose-lose situation” if passed as is, environmental groups...

Opinion: where does the climate crisis in pop culture go from here?

14 December 2021  A couple of months ago, I managed to get tickets to the Galway Comedy Festival. A group of us went out there...

Majority believe climate change should be a high Government priority

10 December 2021  The vast majority of Irish people believe climate change should be a high priority for the Government, according to a new study.  An...

Senator Lynn Ruane on the Emissions Reporting Bill

7 December 2021 Independent Senator Lynn Ruane recently brought forward a Companies Emissions Reporting Bill – which would do what it says on the...

Opinion: Ireland has joined BOGA – what’s next?

Last month, we as Not Here Not Anywhere (NHNA) members attended COP for the first time. It was a mixed experience. Activists were shut...

We’re looking for student contributors!

26 November 2021 Earlier this week, we announced that we’re going down a different road come the New Year.  Coverage of our environmental crises has...

Opposition to Peat Bill continues to grow

24 November 2021  Opposition to a recently introduced Peat Bill is accumulating and critics stress that it is “totally contrary” to national climate and biodiversity...

We’re changing our coverage. Here’s what to expect.

23 November 2021  If you’ve been following The Green News, you know that I’ve been on the road this month covering COP26.  I was in throngs...

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