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6 May 2022  There’s a Hadith in Islam where the Prophet Muhammed taught that, “even if the sun has risen on the Day of Judgement,...

A closer look: climate & biodiversity in the 2022 Assembly election

5 May 2022  The polls are open today in Northern Ireland for Assembly elections, in case you haven’t heard.  It’s a 90-seat legislature and analysts are...

Culture column: reflections on eco-poetry

29 April 2022  At COP26 I was handed a booklet with a bright yellow cover and the title “Future Anterior – COP(oety)26.” It was a...

A closer look at climate finance

28 April 2022  Just this week Ireland announced its latest climate finance figures for 2020 – and it clocked in at €5.3 million less than...

Why emissions need to come down immediately and how we can get there.

22 April 2022  The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC) Working Group report plugged a line that we’ve become all-too-familiar with: in order to...

The importance of bees, explained

13 April 2022  When a lot of us think of biodiversity, we think of quiet forests or winding streams or a rainforest much further afield.  We...

Have a story about nature? We’d love to hear it!

12 April 2022  Talk to me for more than ten minutes in a pub booth or cafe, and there’s a good chance I’m going to...

Opinion: The Citizens’ Assembly on Biodiversity Loss starts this weekend. Here’s why that’s so...

8 April 2022  Whether you’re working from home or an office, you’ve probably found yourself over recent weeks of spring taking a break or closing...

“Now or never”: key points from the latest IPCC report

5 April 2022  The third and final Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) working group report landed yesterday late afternoon – and we took some...

Culture column: First Reformed

31 March 2022 For this installment of our culture column, we’ve changed the format ever so slightly.  Our editor Kayle Crosson and our regular contributor Chloé...

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