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Drop in Dublin tree-planting despite report on benefits of urban greenery

Biodiversity
(Jul 4, 2016)

City chiefs trumpeting the benefits of trees have overseen a massive plunge in the numbers planted in Dublin over the past five years.

 

Minister to bring forward legislation to de-designate 46 raised bog Natural Heritage Areas

Biodiversity
(Jul 4, 2016)

The Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Heather Humphreys TD, has announced that the drafting of legislation has been approved as a matter of priority for the de-designation of 39 raised bog Natural Heritage Areas (NHAs) and the part de-designation of 7 raised bog NHAs.

 

Double trouble for pigeons invading Wimbledon

Biodiversity
(Jul 4, 2016)

There will be double trouble for the pigeons of Wimbledon this year - Rufus the Hawk has a partner in crime to keep the bothersome birds at bay.

 

Knotweed solution - if we can't beat it, let's eat it

Biodiversity
(Jun 27, 2016)

If you canít beat the pervasive Japanese knotweed, eat it. That was one of the solutions put forward at a meeting of Kerry County Council, which heard how parts of the Kingdom are being overrun by the invasive species.

 

First mammal to go extinct due to climate change - report

Biodiversity
(Jun 20, 2016)

Australian researchers say rising sea levels have wiped out a rodent that lived on a tiny outcrop in the Great Barrier Reef.

 

The battle for the bogs

Biodiversity
(Jun 13, 2016)

Pressure is mounting on the Government to follow through on policy pledges to bring closure to the long-running turf cutting controversy.

 

Destroy noxious weeds now

Biodiversity
(Jun 13, 2016)

The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) is reminding farmers and landowners of the need to destroy noxious weeds.

 

Ebay traders of invasive species say they were unaware of legal restrictions

Biodiversity
(Jun 7, 2016)

A killer algae, a monstrous pondweed, a tree that has infested the Everglades and a dozen more of the USís most environmentally destructive plants have been discovered for sale on eBay.

 

'We are loving our mountains to death'

Biodiversity
(May 30, 2016)

We are loving our mountains to death, as erosion and heavy footfall continue to damage the country's most popular walks.




 


 
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