While communities are still reeling from this winters devastating flooding environmental groups have offered some solutions. Today the Environmental Pillar published twenty recommendations to protect communities and their natural environment from future deluges.
Using nature to protect communities from floodingView Post
A 10 hectare blanket bog has been acquired by the Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) and will be their first nature reserve in Kerry.
“Dredging is not always the solution for flooding. It may help to sort out a local problem but it may also transport the problem downstream, sometimes from rural to urban areas where the damage on properties and economic activities can be much higher.”
‘We have to see this flooding in the context of climate change’ expert warnsView Post
The population of golden eagles in Ireland is in a “critical” situation and are facing starvation, according to the Golden Eagle Trust. The Irish Wildlife Trust (IWT) is urging Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Simon Coveney and Fine Gael politician and the Minister for Arts, …
The supertrawler MV Margaris has been joined by the Annelies Ilena in fishing off the the North West Coast of Ireland today, respectively the 2nd largest and largest fishing vessels in the world. It has been reported by marine activists, that the Dutch registered Annelies …
The Environmental Pillar have warned that a number of measures in Budget 2016 do not effectively prepare the country for a low carbon future.
Information about what to plant in October.