Seaweeds have high value both ecologically and economically. Which ones can be found in Ireland?
The Destructive Presence of the Australian Crayfish in Ireland: The Yabby
By Babette Bookelaar
Irish native white-clawed crayfish (Austropotamobius pallipes) are under threat due to the appearance of a non-native crayfish species, the Australian yabby (Cherax destructor).
In 2019, the Dail declared a biodiversity crisis, stating that the destruction of species, wildlife, flora and fauna is the greatest threat that our planet has ever faced.
Conservation in Action: What is Rewilding?
Rewilding is a conservation practice that involves allowing ecosystems and habitats to be restored through natural processes.
The Gearagh – Cork’s Nature Reserve
The Gearagh is a nature reserve, located in an area of submerged glacial woodland, two kilometers southwest of Macroom, County Cork.