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.
She attributes her hyperfocus and “outside-the-box thinking” to being on the autism spectrum, viewing her condition as an advantage for addressing the current climate crisis
Ambitious or Flat-footed?
Comments on status of environmental movement on island of Ireland
How people are trying to structure litigation to hold those responsible for the GHGs that are driving climate emergencies
Bill McKibben on the first time he realized Trump’s effects on the environment, the Green New Deal, learning about climate refugees, and more.
The Oireachtas takes on a stronger role in holding the Government and public bodies to account for climate actions
On Public Participation Networks, Fracking, Fossil Fuel Divestment, Sustainable Development Goals, High Court decision on constitutional right to protection of the environment, Environmental Law Implementation Group
Describing the worst country in Europe, and 48th out of 60 countries, on climate change performance as a laggard is a bit of an understatement
On the environmental work of Bryson Charitable Group in energy and recycling
On the impact of Brexit on protection of the marine environment in Northern Ireland
Interview with Anne-Marie McDevitt, Project Manager of Nature Matters Northern Ireland, on implications of BREXIT for NI environment
The Union of Concerned Scientists’ assessment of the current status, and usefulness, of nuclear power in US
“Sustainable development” has been translated into “Just Transition” to reflect the recognition that the labor market and community is undergoing a structural transition as a result of climate change
Public chargers are used for only 5% of charging events, while charging cars at home and/or at work supply the rest
On VOICE’s work on waste issues, including food waste and zero waste, and on water issues
Leading commentator, formerly of Grist and now with Vox, on the causes and effects of climate change in blunt, plain terms