Environmental activists call for end to overfishing

December 9th, 2019 Protesters gathered in Dublin today to demand that the Government ends overfishing in Irish waters ahead of key fisheries quota negotiations in Brussels...

Research 303: Research Support for Integrated Atmospheric Studies at Mace Head

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Time to listen to science and end overfishing in our seas

December 9th, 2019 The industrialisation of European fisheries after World War II drove overfishing across the North Atlantic. Overfishing has, in turn, driven the decline...

COP25: Shake-up needed for a clean, equitable and just future

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Access to environmental information poor across EU

December 6th, 2019 Citizens across Europe continue to face difficulties in gaining access to information on environmental matters despite clear national, EU and international rights,...

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A year of climate strikes, a year of hope

November 6th, 2019 Today, I will pick up my tattered climate strike sign for the 52nd week running and take to the streets to call for...

Greens warn of over €1.5bn loss to State if rezoning levies issue not remedied

The post Greens warn of over €1.5bn loss to State if rezoning levies issue not remedied appeared first on Green Party.

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