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Pressure is mounting for action, finally
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Three ways to counter a two-dimensional President n/k/a T-Rex
The farming lobby busted an artery in response. They could have saved their artery by eating less meat and more vegetables.
Where to place your bets
The land and homes became toxic, hundreds of children were inflicted with chloracne, pregnant women were put at risk
Who will protect the citizens of London and other urban areas against air pollution – not the UK government, with or without Brexit
The “environment” has gone missing from the 2016 Irish government’s Programme for Government. Where did it go?
And avoiding any inconvenience to the agri-food industry
Then imagine Donald Trump or like-“minded” politicians making those decisions
The “bracing clarity of a vision for Zero carbon”
When words sometimes fail, a picture can be worth a thousand words
Perhaps the largest change from previous talks involving the Conferences of the Parties (COP) is that we have dropped the attempted COP imposition of …
Climate change’s role in recent mass migrations from Syria
Some Irish resist paying for water while the supply of water itself continues to diminish
On arguments that coal, meat and dairy products are good for poor people
A “landmark”, “milestone”, “game-changer” legal decision on climate change
Devices for monitoring growth of grass, drones to herd sheep and more
Think global, act local and other metaphors for talking about climate change
Who is going to pay for the significant increase in dairy herds with Harvest 2020? Probably you.