On World Water Day 22 March 2022, an overview of the state of groundwater in the EU
Finance is uniquely positioned to save the planet, but has already financed 1.5֯ C of warming,
An Tasice’s role in protecting the heritage and environment of Ireland
Trying to preserve the EU Taxonomy for sustainable activities and warding off greenwashing
What happened at COP26
A viable path to meeting the 2030 target chosen by the UK public
If enough people want to change an approach, want to redefine ethical lobbying in a post-COVID-19, climate-challenged world, then change can happen.
Growing importance of national climate advisory councils across Europe
The European Commission’s ‘Fit for 55’ package is high on planet-saving rhetoric but low on ambition.
An electric vehicle (EV) battery uses up just 30kg of raw materials with recycling compared to the 17,000 litres of petrol burned by the average car.
Getting up to speed on the new pending Irish Climate Bill
On getting the four largest greenhouse gas emitters (China, the European Union, India and the US) to find ways to collaborate on climate action
Overcoming barriers to environmental justice in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, with some urgent priorities for the NI Department of Justice
The continuing struggle for environmental justice and against racism
On proposed change to Aarhus regulation that NGOs can only challenge decisions that apply to individuals
Study by EEB and Climate Action Network
The interplay between recent mitigation policies across all sectors and COVID-19 response measures
The idea that cities should be designed for cars is long dead.
Balancing bogs as museums, that present an unrivaled historical and ecological record, and as living landscapes.
Environmentalists will have to remain vigilant and ensure that the new Irish coalition sharpens its commitments on climate policies impacting agriculture
Ride-hailing services like Uber are increasing car travel, climate emissions and traffic congestion, according to a new US study.
How do we protect the earth after the virus crisis has passed. What lessons have we learned.
An obscure European Commission fund, ‘Research Fund for Coal and Steel’ (RFCS), is incompatible with the EU’s Green Deal and climate ambitions