Category Archives: Environment

Information on environmental issues.

The Camac Valley – Our Local History

Universal Basic Income by Dr. Paul O’Brien – Published by The History Press Ireland   We are very pleased to announce that the launch of ‘Universal Basic Income’ will take place on Thursday 13 July @ 6pm in Hodges Figgis. … Continue reading

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ZERO WASTE FESTIVAL IRELAND

The Dublin South Central Green Party members are supporting the Zero Waste Festival in the CIE Hall Inchicore Sports and Social Club, Liberty Square, Inchicore on Sunday 25th June from 11am to 6pm. Join us for the first ever day … Continue reading

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Reflections on the National Convention

From Eamonn Ryan’s closing speech to the Convention this phrase caught my ear “Every Community is important and no Community will be left behind”. Attendance at the Convention in Waterford was impacted slightly by the withdrawal of labour of Bus … Continue reading

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Green Party Convention 2017

          This year’s annual Green Party Convention will be held in Ireland’s oldest city, Waterford! We’re holding a series of free public events on Friday 24th March. The highlight is Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior captain Peter Willcox … Continue reading

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Fundraising Table Quiz on 1st March

Table Quiz Fundraiser 8.00-10.30pm  1st March 2017 ‘The Jug’, 40 Francis Street, Dublin 8   With the merry dance the taoiseach is doing at the moment, it would probably be wise for us to have funds to run an election … Continue reading

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Proposed Cyclists ‘Left turn’ against red lights

At our meeting in September, it was agreed to draft a motion on supporting a change in the law to allow for some traffic lights to be treated as “yield” or “give way” signals by cyclists, based on experience in … Continue reading

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Nuclear Power? Still no thanks!

At our January 2012 meeting a lively discussion was held on the subject of nuclear energy. James Lovelock, author of the Gaia Hypothesis suggested that nuclear power could be used as a sort of “methadone” replacement therapy to deal with … Continue reading

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DSC Greens Group Calender for the next Few Months

. The group have a busy few months to come.  If you would like to join the group at any of the following events, please contact the secretary (see about page) On May 4th (Friday) 10am the Green Foundation Ireland … Continue reading

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Skype interview with La Donna Sanders Redmond in Rosie O’Grady’s on 29th March 2012

. The Dublin South Central Branch of the Green Party are proud to announce an interview with Green Collar Hero LaDonna Sanders Redmond of the Institute of Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP) through Skype link at our meeting on 29th March. LaDonna, … Continue reading

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Lets buy locally from Independents for Christmas

If we can buy as much as possible of our shopping this Christmas in independent local shops, then we can make a big difference to ensuring that these shops stay open, despite the recession.  If we buy Irish Goods, we … Continue reading

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