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The Irish baby born today: the First World problem of ‘where will I go on my holidays?’ may be replaced by ‘where is my next meal coming from?’ Photograph: Getty

A new report depicts an ever-depleting natural world, with huge implications for the coming generation. What will their lives be like? Life-supp(...)

Mr Justice McDonald said he did not find credible the evidence of either Mr Ryan, who was also principal of the architects firm HKR Dublin, or Winthrop Engineering firm founder, Barry English

An architect and an engineer agreed a scheme to move shares in a firm worth $8 million (€7.1 million) when the architect got into financial trouble an(...)

‘I miss the sight of a bluebell wood in May, but now I love the trout lilies, trilliums and bloodroots that come with the Appalachian territory’ - Maeve Rafferty is learning to appreciate Appalachia by getting down and dirty

Working Abroad Q&A: Maeve Rafferty, originally from Co Tyrone, works as an environmental educator in Pittsburgh in the US. When did you leav(...)

The Correctiv files show that Carbon Warehouse  set up an Irish subsidiary, Carbon Warehouse Limited. Its office was in a nondescript building on North Strand Road, Dublin 3. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish banks and shell companies were used in transactions worth millions of euro involving companies and individuals under investigation for tax fraud(...)

“In the near future . . . ladybirds, robins, bees and dandelions may only be learned about through pictures,” says Senator Grace O’Sullivan.

The Irish Wildlife Trust (IWT) has called on the Government to declare “a climate and biodiversity” emergency following the publication of the latest (...)

The corncrake, known for its rasping call, was once widespread across the countryside, but the population was decimated by mechanised farming. Photograph: iStock

The global assessment of nature confirms that accelerating loss of plants and animals is affecting every part of the planet – Ireland included. Human(...)

Niamh Brown and Mary Conlon (and Nelly) at Ormston House cultural centre. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22

On May 24th, alongside the local and European elections and a referendum changing the divorce law, the people of Limerick, Waterford and Cork will be (...)

Seahorse Aquariums managing director Kealan Doyle: ‘It was really tough as I slept on the floor of this industrial unit every weeknight for two years, while my wife and daughter were in Connemara.’ Photograph: Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

There are not many shops in the country that refuse a sale, but at Seahorse Aquariums “we refuse more fish than we sell, as we need to see their tank (...)

Aerial view of the Iriri River in the  Amazon Rainforest.   Brazil is home to more than half of the world’s plant and animal species. Photograph:  Mauro Pimentel/AFP/Getty

The destruction of nature threatens humanity at least as much as human-induced climate change, a global report on species loss will warn on Monday. C(...)

Volunteers help clean up rubbish around the coastline of the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland.  Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

Tractor tyres, lobster pots and plastic bottles have been cleaned off the beaches of Northern Ireland’s most famous coastline. Swimmers, jet skis and(...)

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