Remember to take your opinions about organic farming with a pinch of salt...
Meltdown: Violence is already a large part of the climate change debate...
This series of essays predicts that violence will emerge as a necessary tool of climate advocates within the next 25 years.
By Heather Anne Swanson*
There are plenty of troubling things about the Anthropocene, but one of its most troubling dimensions is the sheer number of people it fails to trouble. In response, we need to trouble the Anthropocene’s banality, argues Heather Ann Swanson.
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Is Trump's election a blessing in disguise? I hope so.
Can we put the eco into Ireland's existing villages and towns...?
A brief article on the concept of forest schooling and it's rise in Ireland.
The wonderful and inspirational Bealtaine Cottage, where Colette has created a permaculture Eden in rural Ireland.
Its all chips down as quantitative easing kicks in
Recognising Ireland’s place in an international context allows us to explore the real reasons for our widespread weakness in learning Irish, as well as foreign languages, writes Dermot McNally.