Tag Archives: food security
Can we reimagine a better, safer world?
It sometimes feels like our collective inability to respond to the global climate and ecological emergency is first and foremost a failure of imagination. We are conditioned to see the world the way it is, and can easily assume there … Continue reading
Posted in Agriculture, Economics, Energy, Global Warming, Irish Focus, Sustainability Tagged Antonio Guterres, food security, IPCC, Irish Examiner, Ukraine 1 Comment
Every sector must pull its weight on curtailing climate change
Below, my article as it appeared in today’s Irish Examiner. I wrote this piece on behalf of An Taisce, prompted by this self-serving and misleading piece by the IFA in the same paper last week. The agribusiness lobby has been working … Continue reading
Posted in Global Warming, Irish Focus Tagged agriculture, flooding, food security, Irish Examiner 2 Comments