Suas intern Maximiliana Eligi Mtenga shares insights from her research on the tension between ensuring protected rights for the Maasai Women and environmental protection of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
We talk to Dr Sadhbh Lee during our #ImagineEquality campaign about the intersection of climate, health, and gender.
We hear the word ‘sustainability thrown around a lot these days, but what does it actually mean? In this piece from IT Carlow’s Student Weekly, Aisling Stevenson reflects on her visit to Costa Rica.
STAND News Interviews live from Glasgow! We catch up with USI’s Caoimhe O’Carroll and chat about her experience so far at the climate conference, COP26.
USI’s Caoimhe O’Carroll shares insights as she prepares to join world leaders, activists, and more at the United Nations’ Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland.
Although Dublin City recorded 10 per cent tree canopy coverage, there exists a disparity between the number of trees in north Dublin versus south Dublin. Fingal County Council recorded 9.80 per cent canopy cover across its constituency, while the figure for Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council was 16.38 per cent.
Data centres may restrict Ireland from reaching its long-term climate change goals. Currently, there are 70 data centres around Ireland, making it the data centre capital of Europe. 54 of these data centres are located across County Dublin, with 10 more under construction as of 2021.
The birth of the environmental justice movement took place in the 1980s in the US, as reports and findings came out that indicated that communities of colour are disproportionately affected by health hazards through policies and practices that essentially force them to live closer to toxic waste sites and pollutants.
Most circus animals are treated poorly; beaten, starved, and kidnapped. They sit in tiny cages travelling from place to place for our entertainment. Have we ever thought about what the once big and mighty beasts feel when they are dressed in silly costumes and forced to perform tricks that are dangerous and downright unnecessary?
In this episode with Laura Kelly from Sustainable Radio, our Marketing Coordinator discusses our organisation and our campaigns. We talk about the pressure young people have to be the catalyst of climate action, their conscious consumption campaign and sustainability challenges and how we can get involved to bring about change.