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🌳🌲Green Belt 🌲🌳 FACT.ie Jul 8
fascinating insight by professor Pekka Kauppi, University of Helsinki ⁦
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BRENDAN DEE Jul 8
Real solutions to Ireland's climate emergency
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Irish Wildlife Trust Jul 8
Well done 👏👏👏. The only way to make yourself heard is to force the establishment to listen. Today's event was mostly a pr stunt.
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Forest Industries Ireland Jul 8
Our last discussion of the day: a diverse panel - in thought, background and gender! ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Flynfeel XTreme Adventures Jul 8
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Eamon Ryan Jul 8
. interrupt a meeting, to protest current policy. We need to change our entire approach if we are to tackle the climate and biodiversity crisis we face.
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BirdsMatter_ie Jul 8
Replying to @CAugustenborg
talking about the need for action to address legitimate concerns about
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Aoife O Donovan Jul 8
Forestry will form part of our environmental protection -
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Pádraic Fogarty Jul 8
Replying to @whittledaway
Lots of mentions today of 'natural capital' and creating a 'bio-economy'. This mindset continues in trying to fit nature into the economy rather than the other way around.
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pat neville Jul 8
Andrew Heald of Confor talking about the role of forests and timber production in fighting climate change
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John Devaney Jul 8
Some heated discussions this morning at conference on climate change and forestry in Ireland. Only thing we can all agree on is that we need more trees
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AgriLand Jul 8
‘There were mistakes in the past in the 1980s & 1990s, forests weren’t planted in a sympathetic way - but that has changed’ says ⁦⁩ CEO Gerry Britchfield
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WEAL - "Bridge" OUT NOW Jul 8
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Cara Augustenborg Jul 8
I'm speaking at event today, already starting out with a bang with asking to address their concerns.
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Ruaidhri O'Baoill Ⓥ Jul 8
a scary thought - 'If forestry is economically viable, forests also contribute to the carbon sink.' There is no connection or causation between 'economically viable' and trees sequestering carbon, which is a biological process.
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AgriLand Jul 8
Lots of talk on the potential to replace steel and concrete with timber in the construction sector conference
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Dept of Agriculture, Food and the Marine Jul 8
Min states climate change is the major challenge of our time. Forestry is unquestionably part of the climate change solution & today’s workshop will explore the opportunities and challenges which we must face together.
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Pádraic Fogarty Jul 8
Replying to @CAugustenborg
Listening to now talking about the importance of listening to a diversity of views and engaging with local communities.
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Señor Bagfacio Jul 8
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BirdsMatter_ie Jul 8
Replying to @BirdsMatter_ie
Pekka Kaippi of Helsinki University presenting at on the carbon sequestration value of forestry. Irelands peatlands & native hardwoods are a superior carbon sink to short lived Sitka Spruce plantations. Irish climate/ land use policies don't reflect this
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