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Irish Natural Capital for Sustainable Environments (INCASE) Project - Summer Newsletter

Biodiversity
(Aug 30, 2021)

The Summer Newsletter for the Irish Natural Capital Accounting for Sustainable Environments (INCASE) is now available online.

 

Free webinar on biodiversity and your business with Sustainable Travel Ireland

Biodiversity
(Aug 30, 2021)

Did you know that bumble bees avoid freezing to death by producing glycerol, which acts as antifreeze, and prevents the water in their bodies from turning into ice crystals?

 

RSK - Celebrating one year of science-led Thursday webinars

Biodiversity
(Aug 23, 2021)

The First Thursday Club is a monthly scientific, specialist-led webinar that focuses on best practices relating to the natural environment and how these could affect RSK and external businesses.

 

Kylemore Abbey and NUI Galway announce Biodiversity Stewardship Programme

Biodiversity
(Aug 23, 2021)

Kylemore Abbey and NUI Galway have come together to form a new partnership to deliver the Kylemore Abbey Biodiversity Stewardship Programme.

 

21 white-tailed eagle chicks released into the wild across Munster

Biodiversity
(Aug 23, 2021)

Twenty-one white-tailed sea eagle chicks have been released into the wild across Munster as part of the second phase of a programme to reintroduce the birds to the Irish ecosystem.

 

Stung by climate change: bee colonies struggle in US

Biodiversity
(Aug 23, 2021)

There was barely a buzz in the air as John Miller pried the lid off of a crate, one of several "bee boxes" stacked in eight neat piles beside a cattle grazing pasture outside Gackle, North Dakota.

 

Glenmorangie restores oyster reef to clean up distillery waste and store CO2

Biodiversity
(Aug 23, 2021)

A partnership between Glenmorangie Distillery and scientists from Heriot-Watt University has succeeded in returning 20,000 oysters to Dornoch Firth, on the north eastern coast of Scotland, as part of a conservation project to restore the region's sustainable native oyster reef.

 

Discovering the true ecological value of Ireland’s peatlands

Biodiversity
(Aug 16, 2021)

When ecologist Dr. Mark McCorry joined Bord na Móna 11 years ago, he was one of two new ecologists employed by the company.

 

Study finds potential control strategy for infestations of Japanese Knotweed

Biodiversity
(Aug 16, 2021)

A research study from NUI Galway in collaboration with multinational infrastructure consulting firm AECOM and University of Leeds has found that the removal of moisture could act as a potential control strategy for smaller infestations of Japanese knotweed, which are particularly common in urban settings.

 

Indaver biodiversity - to bee or not to bee?

Biodiversity
(Aug 9, 2021)

In order for the preservation of biodiversity and ecological balance, bees are a necessity. Bees provide one of the most recognisable ecosystem tasks - pollination.

 

NCI Newsletter - July

Biodiversity
(Aug 9, 2021)

The latest issue of the Natural Capital Ireland Newsletter - July 2021 - is now available online.

 

Return of breeding cranes a small win in climate change war

Biodiversity
(Aug 9, 2021)

Bord na Móna’s announcement on August 2nd that common cranes (Grus grus) had bred on their land in May is exciting in itself.

 



 
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