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Month-long transcontinental operation hit wildlife criminals hard
20th June 2018
Geneva, 19 June 2018– An international operation against the illegal trade in wild animals and plants including timber has seen hundreds ofseizures worldwide as well as arrests of suspects.
Biodiversity Day Celebrated Around the World
22nd May 2018
Rich variety of life on earth essential says UN chief Guterres, marking biological diversity day. To mitigate climate change, UN Chief notes that deforestation and land degradation must be reduced while at the same time, enhancing carbon stocks in forests, drylands, rangelands and croplands.
Study calls for changes to current apprenticeship system
16th May 2018
Builders must hire 112,000 skilled workers over next five years to meet housing and infrastructure needs
Forests do more than just cutting carbon emission; new study proves
30th March 2017
New research has discovered that forests do more than just cut carbon emissions from the atmosphere; they also play a pivotal role in keeping the planet cool.
Historic world class wood collection is returned to the RDS
22nd March 2017
The voluntary hand-over of the historic, Powerscourt Collection of World Timbers took place against the background of the UN International Day of Forests which was celebrated worldwide yesterday 21 March 2017.
Kerry CoCo please STOP the destruction of our trees
7th March 2017
Its National Tree Week from 5th to 12th March 2017. - let’s act is if it matters and stop the destruction of our trees.
Shameful waste of quality timber in Killarney National Park
1st March 2017
While Council’s squander thousands of euro’s of tax payers money on poorly designed and badly constructed street furniture for towns and villages across the county, thousands of euro’s worth of quality timber lies rotting in Killarney National Park.
Just Forests welcomes Michael Healy-Rae's call over Killarney's 'rhododendron situation'.
22nd February 2017
Kerry TD Michael Healy Rae had some strong words about a certain flower in the Dáil chamber yesterday. The clip has gone viral on Twitter after it was shared by RTE journalist Conor McMorrow. So far, it has been viewed more than 91,000 times.
Killings of land rights activists tripled in 2016
13th December 2016
The battle over land and resources turned bloodier. An average of nearly 16 farmers, indigenous people and advocates of land rights were killed every month through November worldwide, or three times the average in 2015, according to advocacy group PAN Asia Pacific (PANAP).
“Make human rights the priority in all conservation efforts” – UN experts urge governments
25th November 2016
This year’s WCC took place from 1-10 September in the US state of Hawaii – UN experts attended with the aim of advocating a human rights-based approach to conservation and biodiversity.
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