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Growing wheat at the RED gardens in Cloughjordan

Oct 05, 2018 Comments Off on Growing wheat at the RED gardens in Cloughjordan
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China dams the world’s rivers

Oct 05, 2018 Comments Off on China dams the world’s rivers
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Solar panels on roads a ‘faux technological solution’

Oct 05, 2018 Comments Off on Solar panels on roads a ‘faux technological solution’
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UK government abandons efforts to improve wildlife sites

Oct 05, 2018 Comments Off on UK government abandons efforts to improve wildlife sites
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How corporate interests mould media coverage of climate issues

Oct 05, 2018 Comments Off on How corporate interests mould media coverage of climate issues
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How to talk about relations between indigenous people and colonisers

Oct 02, 2018 Comments Off on How to talk about relations between indigenous people and colonisers
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Can new energy technologies save the planet? Ask the sperm whale.

Oct 02, 2018 Comments Off on Can new energy technologies save the planet? Ask the sperm whale.
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Experts advise on how to rebuild communities after natural disasters

Oct 02, 2018 Comments Off on Experts advise on how to rebuild communities after natural disasters
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‘Disaster collectivism’: remarkable communities that arise in the aftermath of natural disasters

Oct 02, 2018 Comments Off on ‘Disaster collectivism’: remarkable communities that arise in the aftermath of natural disasters
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U.S. government embraces climate catastrophe, but is it a ‘crisis’?

Oct 02, 2018 Comments Off on U.S. government embraces climate catastrophe, but is it a ‘crisis’?
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The growing role of financialisation in the UK economy

Oct 02, 2018 Comments Off on The growing role of financialisation in the UK economy
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Forget surveillance capitalism: it’s time to build a digital commons

Oct 02, 2018 Comments Off on Forget surveillance capitalism: it’s time to build a digital commons
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Decarbonising the Irish energy system: cards on the table?

Sep 28, 2018 Comments Off on Decarbonising the Irish energy system: cards on the table?
Barry McMullin argues that decarbonising Ireland will require an enormous reduction in overall energy consumption, with bioenergy developmemt playing only a cautious and secondary role. (This is a Beamer presentation; please click on the slides to access sources and more information.)
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