New documentary set to expose inhumane transport of Irish calves to Europe

November 21st, 2017 Footage of inhumane transport conditions suffered by Irish calves exported to Europe will be aired in an investigative documentary on the German...

Locals take opposition to Bantry Bay kelp harvesting to the gates of Leinster House

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Small-scale farming key to rebooting our ‘flawed’ food system

April 12th, 2019 Far-reaching and lasting support for small-scale food production is key to rebooting Ireland’s flawed food system and addressing runaway emissions by 2030, a conference...

Interest in climate journalism on the rise

July 31st, 2019 Public interest in climate journalism is on the rise, according to a new analysis out this week.  In response to a request from the Colombia...

2019 was second warmest on record, WMO data

March 11th, 2020 2019 was the second warmest year on record and finished up with an average global temperature of 1.1 C above pre-industrial levels.  The year was...

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