Celebrate 10 years of climate action this Earth Hour

22nd March 2017 This year Earth Hour is celebrating its 10th anniversary. It will see people all around the globe simultaneously taking action against climate...

Global Action Plan’s water explorer school wins big with WAFA award. #WorldWaterDay

March 22th 2017 Convent of Mercy National School in Kanturk, Cork became the first group in Ireland to be awarded the Water, Air, and Food...

Ireland’s leading horticulturalist warns against soil fertility crisis #People4Soil

22nd March 2017 Klaus Laitenberger, acclaimed organic gardener and horticulturalist, warned a packed crowd at Christchurch Cathedral’s that soil damage is as big a threat...

Here’s how to save water in your home to celebrate World Water Day!

22nd March 2017 Today is World Water Day! To mark the day we’re sharing a list of ways you can reduce water consumption in your...

What is the Circular Economy and how can it help?

20th March 2017 The EU has been making moves towards a circular economy. Recently they voted to back legislation which aims for at least 70%...

Four Facts about Today’s Spring Equinox

20th March 2017 What is an Equinox? Equinox means equal night in Latin and, according to the good people at NASA, “The equinox marks the onset...

Fossil fuel divestment to be focus of Galway’s Climate Congress

20th March 2017 Fossil fuel divestment and sustainable choices will be the focus of NUI Galway’s Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) Society’s third...

The History of the Shamrock – From Saint Patrick to Campion’s ‘Wild Irish’ to...

March 16, 2017 The Shamrock is both a national symbol of Ireland and the emblem of the Irish People. In addition to this, the shamrock...

European Parliament calls for Arctic ban on use of dirtiest shipping fuel

16th March 2017 Sustainable Transport group, Transport & Environment (T&E) are insisting today’s EU call for a ban on the use of heavy-fuel oil (HFO) by...

Grounding Irish Identidy: Mother Nature and preserving Mother Ireland

16th March 2017 Melanie Phillip’s comments in The Times that Ireland’s claim of nationhood was “tenuous” caused quite the furore, with even the Irish ambassador...

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