Prophetic words “This is just the beginning” was a comment on a post I shared on facebook about the water crisis in Cape Town. You can read The Guardian article here. They are calling this a one in 384 year drought. It’s another step in the climate changed direction. Also on my facebook feed this morning was … More This is Just the Beginning
I attended a Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR event for Small to Medium Enterprises, SMEs today. Clare PPN had been invited along so I obliged as it was only down the road in Doolin. I had no intention of blogging about it but given the significance of what I realised I decided to. There is a … More Corporate Social Responsibility
In September 2017 the Transition Year students at Mary Immaculate Secondary School Lisdoonvarna embarked on a project to show what a sustainable local economy might look like in a thriving Lisdoonvarna. They took a one day trip to Cloughjordan Ecovillage where they had a tour of the local bakery, visited the community farm, ate local … More Lisdoonvarna Sustainable Economy Vision
“We are passionate about people working together for a world where we all share responsibility for the future wellbeing of our planet and ourselves. We aim to provide access to good local food for all” taken from Incredible Edible Todmorden website Lots of activity at this time of year in a tourist destination. All the hustle and … More Local Food in Lisdoonvarna
“We need to ensure we can feed ourselves as well as grow an export market. Climate change will affect crops around the globe and we must be able to adapt, possibly even benefit from the situation. Food shortages are probable and mono crops, focused on one product, are inadvisable. Diversifying our farms to include a broad crop base … More Food Rationing, Climate Change and the #cattlebubble
How do we budget in the coming years so that we can pay fines for not taking action to reduce our green house gas emissions? Where will the money come from? Healthcare? Education? Welfare? Pensions? They are the burning questions I will take away from the first ever National Economic Dialogue #NED15 held on July … More The Cost of Inaction & #cattlebubble
In this year of the horse I want to see a new system of decision making. I want everyone in our country having the opportunity to design the future they see for Ireland. Now that I have done the shedding for the year of the snake, I am happy to move on to the … More Welcome Horse – Goodbye Snake
What steps do you take when your child has a temperature? I usually monitor them for a day to see how they get on. If their temperature remains high I reach for the paracetamol to bring their temperature down because a high temperature can be fatal. It’s amazing how nature works. One minute they’re jumping … More Todays Children – Tomorrows World
Addressing future generations, Barack Obama chose Georgetown Campus to launch his Climate Change plan on Tuesday June 25th 2013. This is what I took from it. First and foremost he addressed the young generation. Later stating “I refuse to condemn your generation and future generations to a planet that’s beyond fixing. And that’s why, today, … More Obamas Climate Change Plan – One mans gift of hope for the future.
I suppose it all started to spill out in writing during February 2013 when, upon hearing of a sudden death, I had the occasion to consider the legacy we leave to future generations. Recently prompted by my eldest daughter to clear out clutter I now begin in the best place to start – my mind. This is … More Clearing out Clutter – why?