Monday June 1, 2020

More power to you

This week, we launch the first instalment of our three-part series with Dr Tara Shine. An environmental activist and international policy advisor, the Kinsale-based Shine’s stellar career has seen her promote powerful climate change action across the planet. Today, she is also the author of a superb new book, How to Save Your Planet: One Object at a Time, which serves as a practical, accessible guidebook to sustainable living. She tells Elaine Prendeville what she hopes the book will achieve, discusses the power of individual action, and explains how you can get involved in a mini movement over the next three weeks

23rd May, 2020

“I want to offer people easy solutions to do one at at time without doom or gloom or guilt.”

Reader, read on, as Dr Tara Shine is a woman worthy of your attention. The climate change activist and UN policy advisor has the cv to lecture on greener living, but her voice has an extra superpower, too. When Shine explains something, it’s easy to listen to, easy to understand, and crucially, her advice...

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