Ireland’s Climate Case: events on Jan 17, 18, 19 and public hearing starting on...

Lots of events coming up soon relating to Climate Case Ireland: 'Message to the Earth' at Fumbally Stables, Jan 17; Poster-making evening at Patagonia,...

Environmental groups raise alarm over plans for Skellig Michael

January 10th, 2019 Concerned groups and the public are being left in the dark over the Government’s plans to manage Skellig Michael, Ireland’s largest environmental...

Corncrake numbers up but still not safe, expert says

January 10th, 2018 The increase in corncrake numbers in 2018 is a welcome sign but is still well below a safe level for the threatened...

Extension of public consultation on upland burning welcomed

January 9th, 2018 The Government’s decision to extend a public consultation on controversial upland burning regulations has been welcomed by an environmental coalition that earlier...

Imagining alternative letters to creditors in a basic income world

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Government plans to ban single use plastics is another example of grandstanding on environmental...

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Happiness or authenticity?

We're launching 2019 with this chapter from Credo by Brian Davey, in which he discusses the need to emphasise being over having, and to...

Green Party welcomes the Taoiseach embracing our proposal to give carbon tax ‘back to...

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Fine Gael must fast-track cycle safety measures: Greens

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A tale told by an idiot, full of sound & fury, signifying nothing

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