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A win for farming, a win for nature: scheming for sustainability
Commission raps Ireland for 'persistently failing' to manage protected nature sites
Explosion in poultry farming in Border region poses air pollution threat
Funding failure: Most of Ireland's biodiversity spend goes on schemes that have little impact
Loss of Ireland's biodiversity is accelerating - and we're missing the chance to halt it
Noteworthy investigations reveal biggest climate emitters and violent bike theft increase
Licence granted for large salmon farm in Bantry Bay despite strong opposition
Licensed to Fail: ‘Outdated’ salmon farm licensing system comes under fire from all sides
Lice, infectious disease and taking reef fish: The impact of salmon farms on marine biodiversity
State issues licences to salmon farms to cull protected seals, documents reveal
Fracking not compatible with human rights law, says Irish study
State spent 2.5 times more on fossil fuel subsidies than climate supports over past decade
Transparency gap: State bodies holding back company emissions data from the public
State warned by EU official in 2017 over eco-credentials of forestry licensing process
'Whole ditches disappearing overnight': hedgerows falling foul to larger farms
3,000 kilometres cut in three years: Ireland's hedgerow heritage at risk
What are the wider implications of Covid-19 on our overlooked health services?
Forestry backlog continues as licences overturned due to biodiversity concerns
Swimming was banned at bathing spots across Ireland for over 350 days this year
Open Access: A citizen’s guide to getting environmental info from public authorities
'Under pressure': Industry urges State to open horticultural workforce to non-EU workers
Precarity in academic employment under the spotlight: Latest news from Noteworthy
'David vs Goliath': why individuals are challenging Ireland's forestry licences
Ireland's tree-planting policies are bad news for biodiversity
Voices of sexual crime survivors and far-right investigation: Latest news from Noteworthy
Harassment and infestations among top complaints about homeless accommodation
Power Down: How years of policy neglect left Ireland in the shadow of a solar revolution
Caring about childcare, parent rights and carers: Latest news from Noteworthy
Bumper month for support and Covid-19 project update: Latest news from Noteworthy
Fall in air pollution from traffic since Covid-19 restrictions
The hard graft of horticulture makes it difficult for the sector to grow