Burning Bright or Burning Out?

I’m sharing this insight because the dark side of community development does need to be acknowledged. Others who experience this pain will know they are not alone in it. It happens. We get over it. We move on. … More Burning Bright or Burning Out?

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My Epilepsy & Me

This year International Epilepsy Day is February 12th. It just so happens I have an interview on Clare FM that morning to discuss the recent Climate Emergency Measures Bill that passed through the Dail last week. Here’s Brid Smith from People Before Profit talking about it. I was pondering how I might weave epilepsy into … More My Epilepsy & Me

Ireland as a leader tackling Climate Change

You may think I need a psychiatric assessment when I say I am really excited about the fact that I have to write numerous submissions in the coming weeks. The Citizens’ Assembly is inviting members of the public, representative groups and citizen organisations to make submissions on the third topic they will consider ‘How the State … More Ireland as a leader tackling Climate Change

Food Rationing, Climate Change and the #cattlebubble

“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