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.
Why wildfires are raging across the world
A revision to Reports section of “irish environment” magazine
An intimate look at Irish bogs
An EEA report on the adverse impacts on water resources from agricultural practices
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
An independent evaluation on how the Irish Climate Change Advisory Council can build on its strengths
Converging crises of health, Covid-19 and climate breakdown
The last primeval forest in Europe is reconstructed virtually, it goes viral, then is virtually destroyed, leaving one virtual tree standing. A viral lesson
On saving the critical EU Birds and Habitats Directives
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
Report from Friends of the Earth Ireland on why and how subsidies for gas are causing more GHGs and environmental harms.
How do we protect the earth after the virus crisis has passed. What lessons have we learned.
Trump’s attempt to build a seawall at Doonbeg rejected by Irish planning authority
The recent Green Wave in Irish politics and how it will affect the formation and operation of the new Irish government
While the big GHG emitters, including the United States and China, shunned their responsibility at the Madrid talks, cities, states, regions, businesses, and especially the youth showed courage.
The Irish government current positions on climate action seem like Green Washing rather than any substantive change of heart or mind.