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# the-good-information-project - Monday 10 January, 2022

Open Thread: Have you experienced gendered abuse or harassment online?
# Online Abuse
# Online Abuse

Open Thread: Have you experienced gendered abuse or harassment online?

Mon 7:00 PM 10,583 Views 14 Comments

We want to hear your stories.

Are we there yet? The Good Information Project focuses on gender equality
# TGIP
# TGIP

Are we there yet? The Good Information Project focuses on gender equality

Jan 10th 2022, 8:00 AM 7,268 Views 12 Comments

We want you to join the discussion.

# the-good-information-project - Saturday 18 December, 2021

More than half of people in Ireland think less of Britain since Brexit
# Polling
# Polling

More than half of people in Ireland think less of Britain since Brexit

Dec 18th 2021, 12:05 AM 28,655 Views 73 Comments
  • 63% of people say their view of Britain has changed since it left the EU, new polling has found.
  • Of those, 95% say it has changed for the worse, Lauren Boland reports.
  • Green Party and Social Democrat voters are especially likely to say their views on Britain have changed since Brexit.

# the-good-information-project - Thursday 16 December, 2021

The Explainer: Is Euroscepticism stronger or weaker after Brexit?
# Podcast
# Podcast

The Explainer: Is Euroscepticism stronger or weaker after Brexit?

Dec 16th 2021, 6:00 PM 4,131 Views 2 Comments

Has Britain’s experience been a motivating force – or turned people off?

# the-good-information-project - Sunday 12 December, 2021

Irish trade and politics are being transformed by Brexit - but how? What can we expect in 2022?
# Brexit
# Brexit

Irish trade and politics are being transformed by Brexit - but how? What can we expect in 2022?

Dec 12th 2021, 7:00 PM 17,427 Views 10 Comments

We’ve spent the last six weeks attempting to answer these questions at The Good Information Project.

'There are good and bad days': Are Anglo-Irish relations worse now than during Brexit negotiations?
# The Good Info Project
# The Good Info Project

'There are good and bad days': Are Anglo-Irish relations worse now than during Brexit negotiations?

Dec 12th 2021, 12:05 AM 13,087 Views 16 Comments

More direct links with Wales and north England are planned to improve Anglo-Irish ties post-Brexit.

# the-good-information-project - Saturday 11 December, 2021

Quiz: How much do you know about Brexit?
# Quiz
# Quiz

Quiz: How much do you know about Brexit?

Dec 11th 2021, 10:00 PM 35,181 Views 20 Comments

You should know it all by now.

'A lot of people feel they’re not being listened to': What do NI's unionists want after Brexit?
# State Of The Union
# State Of The Union

'A lot of people feel they’re not being listened to': What do NI's unionists want after Brexit?

Dec 11th 2021, 9:00 PM 33,926 Views 43 Comments

Not all unionists are opposed to the Protocol – so how will their politics change in the years ahead?

'It won't resolve anything': How likely is a post-Brexit trade war between the UK and the EU?
# Brexit
# Brexit

'It won't resolve anything': How likely is a post-Brexit trade war between the UK and the EU?

Dec 11th 2021, 1:00 PM 17,401 Views 10 Comments

There has been talk of a trade war over Article 16 – but could it actually happen?

# the-good-information-project - Saturday 4 December, 2021

Wielding a gun with no ammunition: The UK, the EU and the battle over the Northern Ireland Protocol
# Article 16
# Article 16

Wielding a gun with no ammunition: The UK, the EU and the battle over the Northern Ireland Protocol

Dec 4th 2021, 8:00 PM 28,975 Views 18 Comments

It hasn’t gone away, you know.

Opinion: We know how little Ireland counts in Westminster - but UK relations still matter
# The Good Info Project
# The Good Info Project

Opinion: We know how little Ireland counts in Westminster - but UK relations still matter

Dec 4th 2021, 7:00 AM 17,127 Views 2 Comments

The Fianna Fáil MEP for Dublin argues that despite current Conservative Party ideologies being bad for Ireland, relations must be maintained.

# the-good-information-project - Thursday 2 December, 2021

Post-Brexit, who are Ireland's biggest allies in Europe?
# Mes Amis
# Mes Amis

Post-Brexit, who are Ireland's biggest allies in Europe?

Dec 2nd 2021, 8:00 PM 44,015 Views 22 Comments
  • Ireland is taking a 'pragmatic' approach to align with countries on a policy level rather than a nation state level.
  • Tax and big tech issues are a major concern for Ireland and some of its EU allies.
  • The loss of the UK will be a blow in some ways but not in others, writes Rónán Duffy.

# the-good-information-project - Wednesday 1 December, 2021

What does euroscepticism in the EU look like now that Brexit has happened?
# Future Of Europe
# Future Of Europe

What does euroscepticism in the EU look like now that Brexit has happened?

Dec 1st 2021, 12:05 AM 43,750 Views 50 Comments
  • The tumultuous nature of the UK's exit may have changed what euroscepticism means.
  • Is there a difference between 'hard eurosceptics' and soft eurosceptics'?
  • The next 12 months may tell us a lot about the EU's stability, writes Rónán Duffy.

# the-good-information-project - Tuesday 30 November, 2021

Poll: Will Brexit bring Northern Ireland and the Republic closer together or further apart?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Will Brexit bring Northern Ireland and the Republic closer together or further apart?

Nov 30th 2021, 10:00 AM 46,880 Views 53 Comments

Do you think the boom in cross-border trade will lead to improved relations?

# the-good-information-project - Sunday 28 November, 2021

Rosslare Europort had one of the busiest days in its history this month - thanks to Brexit
# Trade Winds
# Trade Winds

Rosslare Europort had one of the busiest days in its history this month - thanks to Brexit

Nov 28th 2021, 12:05 AM 57,022 Views 26 Comments
  • The volume of cargo going through the Wexford port has ballooned by 55% this year
  • A big increase in direct trade with Europe is driving the change, writes Ian Curran
  • Irish businesses are finding new customers and new suppliers in Europe as an alternative to Britain

# the-good-information-project - Thursday 25 November, 2021

Open Newsroom: Ireland's post-Brexit relationship with Britain
# Open Newsroom
# Open Newsroom

Open Newsroom: Ireland's post-Brexit relationship with Britain

Nov 25th 2021, 8:15 PM 7,011 Views 1 Comment

Our Open Newsroom looks at the post-Brexit landscape – discussing trade between Ireland and Northern Ireland. and how talks between the EU and UK are progressing.

# the-good-information-project - Wednesday 24 November, 2021

Open thread: Has Brexit changed how you think of Britain?
# Over To You
# Over To You

Open thread: Has Brexit changed how you think of Britain?

Nov 24th 2021, 8:00 PM 22,579 Views 50 Comments

We want to hear if the past five years have had an impact on how you see Ireland’s nearest neighbours.

# the-good-information-project - Tuesday 23 November, 2021

Brexit is fuelling a boom in cross-border trade. But why? And what does it mean for the island?
# Brexit
# Brexit

Brexit is fuelling a boom in cross-border trade. But why? And what does it mean for the island?

Nov 23rd 2021, 12:05 AM 36,685 Views 15 Comments
  • In the year to September, the value of imports to the Republic from the North grew by 60% to almost €2.6 billion.
  • The value of goods going the opposite direction rose by almost 50% over the same period last year to €2.8 billion.
  • The changes have been born of necessity rather than politics or questions of identity, Ian Curran writes.

# the-good-information-project - Sunday 21 November, 2021

A year into Ireland's post-Brexit relationship with Britain, what can we expect in 2022?
# The Good Info Project
# The Good Info Project

A year into Ireland's post-Brexit relationship with Britain, what can we expect in 2022?

Nov 21st 2021, 9:00 PM 20,186 Views 11 Comments

The next cycle of The Good Information Project from The Journal will look at the post-Brexit relationships between Ireland, the UK and the EU.

# the-good-information-project - Sunday 14 November, 2021

Weathering the storm: Where does Ireland go from here on climate change?
# The Good Info Project
# The Good Info Project

Weathering the storm: Where does Ireland go from here on climate change?

Nov 14th 2021, 7:00 PM 12,482 Views 22 Comments

We’ve spent the last six weeks diving into the climate crisis at The Good Information Project.

'We've made tough decisions': How Bord na Móna became worth €1.25 billion in less than two years
# Bogs
# Bogs

'We've made tough decisions': How Bord na Móna became worth €1.25 billion in less than two years

Nov 14th 2021, 8:00 AM 44,804 Views 26 Comments

The company has radically changed in a short amount of time. But how did they do it? And at what cost?

# the-good-information-project - Saturday 13 November, 2021

Factfind: Which countries produce the most CO2 emissions?
# The Good Info Project
# The Good Info Project

Factfind: Which countries produce the most CO2 emissions?

Nov 13th 2021, 8:00 PM 26,343 Views 26 Comments

China tops the list based purely on the number of tonnes of CO2 produced. But there are other things to consider too.

What is the Common Agricultural Policy, and how is it being changed to tackle climate change?
# Agriculture
# Agriculture

What is the Common Agricultural Policy, and how is it being changed to tackle climate change?

Nov 13th 2021, 10:00 AM 8,052 Views 13 Comments

The farming subsidy is undergoing a major reform ahead of the 2023-2027 period.

# the-good-information-project - Thursday 11 November, 2021

How do you solve a problem like Ireland's cows?
# Greenhouse Gas
# Greenhouse Gas

How do you solve a problem like Ireland's cows?

Nov 11th 2021, 8:00 PM 12,072 Views 24 Comments

“A farmer will ask himself the question: If it’s expected of me to reduce, how can I sustain an income as a result of me reducing my numbers?”

'We have to pull the brake': Wales has suspended building roads for the climate. Should Ireland?
# Red Light
# Red Light

'We have to pull the brake': Wales has suspended building roads for the climate. Should Ireland?

Updated Nov 11th 2021, 2:47 PM 29,531 Views 62 Comments
  • Wales has paused most new road projects pending a review of whether they are consistent with the country's climate targets.
  • Transport experts say focusing investment on public transport instead of roads would be a positive if done right in Ireland, Lauren Boland reports.
  • But in rural areas, there are concerns that a stop to road-building could cut isolated communities off even further.

# the-good-information-project - Tuesday 9 November, 2021

'This COP cannot save the world': Will this year's UN climate summit have a dramatic outcome?
# CLIMATE CRISIS
# CLIMATE CRISIS

'This COP cannot save the world': Will this year's UN climate summit have a dramatic outcome?

Nov 9th 2021, 7:30 PM 7,646 Views 11 Comments

Any deals or agreements reached at COP26 will be very technical and require a lot of scrutiny, experts say.

# the-good-information-project - Saturday 6 November, 2021

Analysis: The argument that Ireland is too small to take climate action doesn’t hold up
# Green Jersey
# Green Jersey

Analysis: The argument that Ireland is too small to take climate action doesn’t hold up

Nov 6th 2021, 1:00 PM 15,832 Views 58 Comments

Despite our small size, we have a significant carbon footprint in global rankings

# the-good-information-project - Tuesday 2 November, 2021

‘A cold lesson for farmers’: Panelists say agriculture must lower emissions but sector needs support
# Climate Action
# Climate Action

‘A cold lesson for farmers’: Panelists say agriculture must lower emissions but sector needs support

Nov 2nd 2021, 9:16 PM 13,966 Views 31 Comments

The Journal hosted a panel in Athlone this evening to discuss COP26 and Ireland’s role in climate action.

Watch Live: What must Ireland and Europe do to tackle climate change?
# The Good Info Project
# The Good Info Project

Watch Live: What must Ireland and Europe do to tackle climate change?

Nov 2nd 2021, 6:23 PM 6,839 Views 19 Comments

The Good Information Project’s sold-out public event in Athlone on climate change & COP26 kicks off at 7pm.

# the-good-information-project - Monday 1 November, 2021

Ireland split on whether to build a nuclear power station for clean energy
# Splitting The Atom
# Splitting The Atom

Ireland split on whether to build a nuclear power station for clean energy

Nov 1st 2021, 7:15 PM 31,127 Views 180 Comments

In a trade-off between tackling climate change and economic growth, more people would prioritise solving the climate crisis.

COP26: 'If you allow yourself to feel it, the heartbreak and the injustice is hard to bear'
# Catch Up On Cop
# Catch Up On Cop

COP26: 'If you allow yourself to feel it, the heartbreak and the injustice is hard to bear'

Nov 1st 2021, 7:01 PM 9,409 Views 24 Comments

Sign up to The Journal’s COP26 newsletter for daily updates and analysis from Glasgow over the next two weeks.

Climate change 'not a hypothetical threat', Biden tells COP26 summit
# Heating Up
# Heating Up

Climate change 'not a hypothetical threat', Biden tells COP26 summit

Updated Nov 1st 2021, 5:16 PM 17,692 Views 45 Comments

The Taoiseach said at COP26 that there is a unique opportunity to increase ambition and “turn the tide on climate change”.

Live from Athlone: What must Ireland and Europe do to tackle climate change?
# Road To COP26
# Road To COP26

Live from Athlone: What must Ireland and Europe do to tackle climate change?

Updated Nov 1st 2021, 10:25 AM 16,729 Views 44 Comments

Join us this coming Tuesday at 7pm as we put your questions to climate experts and politicians.

Majority of us have made personal changes for the climate, but not as many are confident it's enough
# ALL IN THIS TOGETHER
# ALL IN THIS TOGETHER

Majority of us have made personal changes for the climate, but not as many are confident it's enough

Nov 1st 2021, 7:15 AM 7,582 Views 41 Comments

Across the political spectrum, only Fine Gael voters place more responsibility on individuals than on governments to tackle the climate crisis.

# the-good-information-project - Sunday 31 October, 2021

The world's most crucial climate summit is starting - sign up to get our daily newsletter
# Cop26
# Cop26

The world's most crucial climate summit is starting - sign up to get our daily newsletter

Oct 31st 2021, 10:45 AM 20,901 Views 38 Comments

We’ll be bringing you daily updates and analysis from COP26 in Glasgow.

Nearly half of people in Ireland think the number of cows should be limited or reduced
# Greenhouse Gases
# Greenhouse Gases

Nearly half of people in Ireland think the number of cows should be limited or reduced

Oct 31st 2021, 7:30 AM 33,247 Views 129 Comments

Climate experts have advised that reducing the number of cows in Ireland would have a significant impact for reducing emissions.

From adaptation to zero emissions: An A-Z of climate change in Ireland
# The Good Information Project
# The Good Information Project

From adaptation to zero emissions: An A-Z of climate change in Ireland

Oct 31st 2021, 7:30 AM 10,516 Views 10 Comments

Here’s your one-stop-shop guide to key climate terms.

COP26 officially starts today - here's how The Journal will be covering it
# CLIMATE CRISIS
# CLIMATE CRISIS

COP26 officially starts today - here's how The Journal will be covering it

Oct 31st 2021, 6:30 AM 6,766 Views 0 Comments

Keep up-to-date with the latest from the COP26 summit.

# the-good-information-project - Saturday 30 October, 2021

Saoi O’Connor: COP26 won't give us what we’re fighting for - only the people can do that
# CLIMATE CRISIS
# CLIMATE CRISIS

Saoi O’Connor: COP26 won't give us what we’re fighting for - only the people can do that

Oct 30th 2021, 7:45 AM 7,711 Views 6 Comments

The Irish climate campaigner says framing COP26 as the focal point of global climate action is robbing us of our own collective power.

Young people have little faith in the government on climate, poll finds
# Survey Says
# Survey Says

Young people have little faith in the government on climate, poll finds

Oct 30th 2021, 12:05 AM 9,159 Views 39 Comments
  • Only one-third of people in Ireland - and just 11% of young adults - think the government is doing enough on climate, Lauren Boland reports.
  • Polling by Ireland Thinks has delved into the country's views on climate policies, actions, and where responsibility for creating change lies.
  • Green Party voters are overwhelmingly unsatisfied - 95% said the government, which their party is in, is not doing enough on climate.
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