You cannot protect the environment unless you empower people, you inform them, and you help them understand that these resources are their own, that they must protect them.
NATURE: It’s all about people, places and things
Save Killarney National Park
…it’s time to call in the army
This website was launched
Killarney National Park is on the brink of ecocide. An ecological disaster is taking place in the first national park to be established in the State. One of the world’s oldest oak forests is slowly dying. The rhododendron infestation and increased deer population across the region
has not been adequately tackled. The infestation is now out of control. It is annihilating native flora and preventing new native species of oak, etc from growing. Nothing short of calling in the Army to break the back of the problem will suffice.
At the COP 13 UN Biodiversity Conference now taking place in Cancun, Mexico from 4 – 17 December 2016, the more than 190 countries attending have been requested to ramp up actions
On Friday last 11th December countries were asked to put actions in place without delay to protect our pollinators. Bees are major pollinators and Rhododendron is of particular threat to bees according to a report published by Botanists from Trinity College Dublin’s (TCD) School of Natural
Today we are seeing mass damage and destruction to the environment and people’s lives on a scale that has never been seen before in history. This sort of destruction is seriously impacting the natural world-the source of life. Our planetary boundaries (i.e., safe operating space for humanity) on a number of fronts, for
Just Forests are now calling on the Government to put the necessary financial and legal instruments in place to make the proper removal of rhododendron from every garden,
The real value of biodiversity to tourism, agriculture, fisheries and the forestry sectors in Ireland is priceless and beyond question. It is now time to act and give the next generation the security of a functioning and
Just Forests will commence an
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