An evening of presentations and discussion, chaired by Molly Walsh of Friends of the Earth.
The international effort to prevent catastrophic climate change has concentrated on carbon dioxide reductions and other possible part-solutions such as reducing black carbon have been ignored. Richard Douthwaite of Feasta presented the case for a more diversified approach to the climate crisis and, in a second presentation, Corinna Byrne of the Carbon Cycles and Sinks Network set out ways in which changes in the way the land is used can remove some of the carbon already in the air.…
Date and Time: Sat 26th June, 1pm
Venue: St Kieran’s Hall,
Part of the Cloughjordan Festival.…
Date and Time: 4th May – 22nd June 2010 (eight week course, one evening a week)
Venue: Cultivate, The Greenhouse, 17 St. Andrew St., Dublin 2, Ireland.
More information can be found at the Cultivate website, or by calling 01-6745773…
Public Talk and Panel Discussion
Date and Time: Tues 9th March 2010, 7:30 pm
Venue: Robert Emmet Theatre (Nassau St. entrance), Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
€10 (at door)
Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev
March 2008. at our first Trinity lecture, Fred Harrison clearly predicted a rapidly approaching bank and property crisis.
April 2009. at our second Trinity lecture, Harrison outlined a policy which would prevent future Boom-Bust disasters.
November 2009. Site Value Tax policy becomes part of government policy.
March 2010. At this third Trinity lecture, Fred Harrison, Dr Constantin Gurdgiev and a panel of experts set out …
The annual Climate Group meeting was held near the Findhorn Community in Scotland. We started with our usual public meeting on the evening of Thursday 25th February and broke up at lunchtime on Sunday, February 28th, in time for most people to travel home and be at work the following day. We had sole use of Newbold House, which was built as a hotel and is now a retreat centre, during our stay. See www.newboldhouse.org.…
Date and Time: Sunday 29th November at 2pm
Venue: The Collective Gallery, Cockburn St, Edinburgh, Scotland (part of the Bank of Reason event)