Here is where I keep a record of my personal work throughout the years.
I report my insight into policy and decision making in Ireland during my work as a climate activist.
Climate related blogs
XR call out the hypocrisy of Limerick County & City Council. Have you heard of Aughinish Alumina and Irish cement as an incinerator? Read on.
Climate action plan 2023 is on the way. See what myself a few colleagues would like to see it include.
Can “Just Transition” fail to be a transition that is just? Definitely. What is needed is a national transition strategy that is just, in compliance with the Aarhus convention, respects everybody equally and supports everyone affected. That must begin immediately. Ultimately this lack of a coordinated, whole of society action is a gross injustice to the young people of Ireland, the world and future generations.
I could never apply because being a masters course meant I needed a degree, it was in Dublin City University and it cost thousands. There was little chance of a lone parent in rural Ireland being able to participate.
In 2016 the Irish government announced a National Dialogue on Climate Action. Only 4 events have been held within theContinue reading “Climate Dialogue, Covid19 Ready, in 7 steps”
As a follow up to my previous post here is the information, context and questions contained in the long termContinue reading “Want to Participate? Here’s how!”
- Aarhus Convention
- climate change
- Environmental Pillar
- Future generations
- Public Participation
- Sustainable Development
- Tidy Towns