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Aoife O’Grady, “Who owns Irish oil?”

A new report recommends Ireland take a greater share of gas and oil contracts, although ownership of the natural resources will remain with license holders.

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It’s time to label sacks of coal like we do packs of cigarettes: SMOKING KILLS

Smoking coal harms those who smoke it but also those around them and it is killing our planet by emitting greenhouse gases (GHGs).

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PAST 1 Jul 2014

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The European Environment Agency (EEA) on Well Being and Environment

We use natural resources faster than the planet can replenish them, turn resources into products that harm the planet and us, and waste or discard the products after a brief period. And then we start all over by extracting more natural resources to replace these products. It is all a vicious circle.

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Dean Blackwood, “Environmental Crime: a symptom of institutional neglect in Northern Ireland’s Planning System?”

An environmental crime on an unprecedented scale, one of the largest illegal landfill sites ever uncovered in Europe, in Derry.

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PAST 1 Jun 2014

PODCASTS

Interview with Pádraic Fogarty, Irish Wildlife Trust

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PAST 1 Jul 2014

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Bovine Tuberculosis (TB)

On bovine TB, cows and badgers

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PAST 1 Jul 2014

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Climate Change Comedy Supercut

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PAST 1 Jul 2014