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...

Unfinished business: Coal miners in South Africa walk away from clean up

­Just outside the town of Ermelo in Mpumalanga – South Africa’s most important coal mining province – Johan Vos’ farm is littered with derelict...

Analysis: Dramatic shift in UK government outlook for gas and clean energy

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