Social media isn’t just affecting humans. It’s having an impact our wildlife, too.

22 June 2021 A social media trend has threatened local duck populations over the past weeks and campaigners fear the development is part of a...

‘Ireland stands with the LGBTI+ community in Waterford’ – Minister O’Gorman visits Waterford to...

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What’s the deal with the EU-Mercosur trade agreement?

21 June 2021 Campaigners have long-held the position that the EU-Mercosur Agreement fails to protect human rights, critical ecosystems and the climate. Most recently, a new report...

‘Dublin should not just be a place to visit, but a city where you can afford...

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Our marine habitats are in bad shape. But there’s a solution.

18 June 2021 The decline of coastal habitats is set to continue unless the state takes significant action, a number of campaigners have warned....

Green Party bill will make solar-powered schools a reality

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Committee warned of potential “unintended consequences” from retrofitting

17 June 2021 Local areas should not be inadvertently gentrified as retrofitting is rolled out, the Committee on Budgetary Oversight was told this morning. The...

Green Ministers announce plans for a Circular Economy, funding for an outdoor summer, and...

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New legislation to be drafted on a circular economy

16 June 2021 The Government will draft new legislation to implement a circular economy which it hopes will drastically change production and consumption. The...

Better incentives needed for Irish beef and dairy farmers

16 June 2021 Better incentives need to be in place for Irish beef and dairy farmers to reduce their environmental impact, an Oireachtas Committee heard yesterday....

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