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# Biodiversity

Last year
2023
Ireland fares worst at managing protected nature sites in new EU report
Assembly on biodiversity calls on Government to reassess aims of Coillte at final meeting
Two thirds of reef sharks and rays risk extinction due to climate change and overfishing
All time
Malcolm Noonan: It's not enough to watch threatened species struggle to survive
Malcolm Noonan
Opinion: Our fields may be green, but we are failing to protect biodiversity
Jane Stout
Pesticide lobbyists pushing against environmental protections, research finds
Call to deliver global deal for nature at UN biodiversity conference
Australia to lobby against ‘endangered’ status for Great Barrier Reef
Citizens' Assembly on biodiversity to hear from Dr Jane Goodall at final meeting
Opinion: The war in Ukraine is also a war on nature
Polina Bashkina
Opinion: This planet is not one we 'own' - it's a resource we share
Jamie Rohu
UN session on high seas biodiversity ends without agreement
Taoiseach releases eagle chicks in biodiversity initiative to restore native bird to Irish skies
Opinion: In order to tackle the climate crisis, we must look to collective action
Dr Patrick Bresnihan & Dr Fiadh Tubridy
Two bison from Ireland are now roaming a UK forest for biodiversity
The Explainer x Noteworthy: Is Ireland a dumping ground for poultry manure?
'The ocean is not a rubbish dump': UN tells leaders to take action on protecting seas
Peat’s Sake: Leading company under EPA spotlight for potential unlicensed extraction
Citizens' Assembly on biodiversity loss to visit three examples of biodiversity management
Over the Hill: Persistent overgrazing causing 'devastation' in vulnerable habitats
€17 million needed to save Ireland’s most threatened birds says BirdWatch Ireland
The Bee Guy: On World Bee Day, let's not just focus on the honey bees
Paul Handrick - The Bee Guy
New Citizens' Assembly on biodiversity loss officially launched at first meeting today
At least one in five reptile species threatened by extinction in biodiversity crisis
The Bee Guy: Diary of a mother bumble bee stuck at the window
Paul Handrick - The Bee Guy
'One of the most important and defining issues': Citizens' assembly on biodiversity launched
Peat pressure: Industrial peat extraction in enforcement firing line
'Incredibly difficult' to prosecute people for starting illegal fires, Heritage Minister says
The Bee Guy: The girls are back in town - tips for helping the bumblebee queens
Paul Handrick - The Bee Guy
The Explainer x Noteworthy: How are public maintenance works impacting river biodiversity?
Breaking the Banks: 'Vicious circle' of public works 'degrading' Ireland's rivers
Koalas declared endangered in eastern Australia amid disease and habitat loss
'Immediate steps' should be taken to protect Ireland's hedgerows, committee to hear
New citizens' assembly on biodiversity to meet for the first time in April
Quiz: Which Irish flower is this?
Opinion: A citizen's assembly is one of many steps necessary to preserve Ireland's biodiversity
Christopher O'Sullivan
Taoiseach to bring proposal to Cabinet to form citizens' assembly on biodiversity
Horticultural peat unlawfully removed ‘much like rock from a quarry’, High Court hears
Pippa Hackett: We need to move fast to improve our forestry cover in Ireland
Pippa Hackett
Special branch: Over 75 cases of alleged illegal tree felling investigated last year