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‘Storm-cock’ is an old, vernacular name for a bird imagined to predict bad weather
A bone found in Alice and Gwendoline Cave, in Co Clare, revealed that humans arrived in Ireland 12,000 years ago, a whole 2,500 years earlier than hitherto believed
For Ireland to have carbon-neutral agriculture by 2050, 1.25m hectares of trees need to be planted. What will it mean for our landscape?
Patrick Pearse was eloquently passionate about the natural world. But he also celebrated a peculiarly harsh vision of it, as a new exhibition at the Pearse Museum illustrates
Many children grow up with little experience of the rugged outdoors. New efforts to help them let loose with nature could benefit their behaviour and their health
Environmentalism ‘tends to be against things’, says the biographer of the influential Aldo Leopold. We also need to fight for things, according to Curt Meine
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