Opinion

Wading our way from one COP-out to another

February 5, 2016 2

The ins and outs of the COP21 Climate Agreement and where Ireland stands now? It was an Irishman in the mid-1800s, one of our most successful scientists and educators John Tyndall whom first established that […]

Research

Chimney-Henge: A mud volcano in the deep

December 21, 2015 0

Above the waves there was nothing but sea to be seen, but below the surface we caught a glimpse of a fascinating sight.  A vast field of toppled carbonate chimneys loomed in front of us […]

Conservation

Counter-Poaching: Thresholds of ‘Acceptability’

December 8, 2015 0

Check out part 1 of this series here. Background: ‘mega-poaching’ relates to ivory and rhino-horn and the Central African Republic (CAR) is the ‘frontline’. Dispatch No.3 from the CAR outlines how text-book ideas of conflict […]

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