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VACANCY: Global Action Plan are looking for a Programme Manager

23rd January 2017 Global Action Plan, a not-for-profit orginisation, are currently recruiting a Programme Manager to join their team. The successful candidate will be responsible for directing staff across a range of programmes, monitoring and evaluating; managing budgets and resources, and continuous improvement of the programmes. Key …

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VIDEO: Making space for nature

Bats are often vilified as ghoulish creatures straight from the pages of a Gothic horror novel. When many people think of bats they think of Transylvania and Dracula. However, bats are found throughout the world and are far from the dreaded creatures of the night …

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Protesters prepare for day of action against CETA

January 20th 2017 Tomorrow, campaigners will hold a Valentine’s themed event in Dublin city centre as part of a European Day of Action against the EU-Canada trade deal. The European Parliament is set to vote on the deal this February during the week of Valentine’s …

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Will the EU move to ban food waste from supermarkets?

January 19, 2017 The European Parliament will vote this month on EU food-waste targets for 2030 The European Parliament will vote this month to decide whether to halve Europe’s food waste by 2030, and if EU countries should be legally obliged to comply with this …

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Beat the blues and escape to nature

According to some, Monday was the gloomiest day of the year. What better way to reinvigorate yourself and get through the rest of the month unscathed then by exploring some of Ireland’s amazing natural amenities. Take a hike in Crocnafarragh and Glenveagh National Park  Located …