The launch of Green Week was followed by a panel discussion on environmental law and economics as well as a book club discussing pop-sci books relating to the environment.
Over the past few years, there has been an increase in research on “nature-based solutions” to climate change.
The Green Campus Waste Subcommittees have been huge drivers of initiating environmental changes on campus.
Aoife Robertson discusses the many ways to dispose of your waste on campus.
During the UNI-ECO Summer School in 2021, The Sustainable Period Products Initiative, run by Georgia Dillon and Emma Bowie was selected as top project.
While revisiting the ecofeminism approach, Niamh Donnelly discusses the intersectionality of the climate crisis and gender equality.
Hazel Herbst, a summer intern on the Trinity College Dublin Biodiversity Audit reflects on her time spent working on the project.
Year on year there has been increasing biodiversity on campus. Jessica O’ Connor brings us on a journey of Trinity’s trees.
After a summer filled with climate-related extreme weather events, Éanna O’ Loughlin discusses why it is becoming increasingly hard to ignore climate change.
Aoife Kiernan interviews Prof. Yvonne Buckley on her new role and plans as Vice Provost for Biodiversity and Climate Action.