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“A truly multidisciplinary project that will complete a national inventory of ancient woodlands in Ireland". Congratulations! Such an important project, & it's esp great to hear this good news after Dr Helen Shaw's recent engaging presentation to #AICBRN members on Palaeocology!
Our Co-Director @y_buckley talks about what the Climate+ Co-Centre is, and why it is so important for solving the critical inter-connected issues of climate change, biodiversity loss and water degradation.
Still looking for a present for a friend, colleague, or YOURSELF? Good news! #AICBRN has opened up membership applications for 2024. Membership is free! What could make a better present? Find out about the benefits of membership & express interest here: https://aicbrn.net/become-a-member/ 🌟
Emphasised against the backdrop that this year has seen some of the warmest days in the last 8,000 years, @climpeter of @ICARUS_Maynooth warns that keeping climate change to 1.5 degrees, with minimal to no overshoot requires everything, everywhere, all at once!
@y_buckley from @tcddublin brings us back to irish legislation, which lays down the framework to successfully transition to a climate resilient, biodiversity-rich, economically-sustainable, and carbon-neutral economy no later than 2050.
Prof John Barry warns us that taking a ''A miracle will occur' approach is not a sensible option!
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