Life-Affirming Radio! Tune in to the 8th annual, 24-hour Wetland Project slow radio broadcast on Monday, April 22, 2024 (Background is a rainbow filtered photo of marsh plants)

Earth Day 2024: Wetlands Project

Tune in to the 8th annual, 24-hour Wetland Project slow radio broadcast on Monday, April 22, 2024 from 00:00-08:00 on Flirt FM. Fill your home, work and leisure spaces with the sounds of birds, frogs, insects and airplanes! Immerse yourself in the vitality of the 24-hour circadian rhythm of the ṮEḴTEḴSEN marsh…

Galway Air Pollution Above WHO Limits

People Before Profit Galway has highlighted the persistent exceedance of safe air pollution levels dictated by the World Health Organisation in 2021. Maisie McMaster, People before Profit representative for Galway West speaks to Flirt FM about the pollution regulations and the differences between the EU and the WHO People Before Profit are calling for more…

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Interview: Climate Conversation 2023 is now open

People across the country are invited to have their say on how everyone can all play their part in securing Ireland’s sustainable future. Climate Conversations 2023 will feed into and shape the next iteration of the Climate Action Plan. We spoke to Conor Anderson of the DECC about the scope of the consultation and how the information…

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Ireland’s first National Recycling Bin Survey open now

This July, Ireland’s very first National Recycling Bin Survey will go live, a keystep towards reducing waste and achieving a more sustainable future. Organized by thenational campaign Sick of Plastic, the Survey encourages citizen scientists across thecountry to take a closer look at their recyclables and consider the source of…

Campaign to Ban Disposable Vapes Opens Public Consultation

Last week VOICE IRELAND along with a number of other health and environmental groups submitted and open letter to Ministers Ossian Smyth and Stephen Donnelly, explaining why these products need to be banned: These single-use smoking products contain plastic, lithium, and toxic chemicals, which are not biodegradable or easily recycled. Their recycling…

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Interview: Red card to greenwashing and early obsolescence

Just because the label says it’s green, it doesn’t mean that it is. In Europe, steps are being taken to reduce the untraceable claims made on product labels. The European Parliament has approved a stronger EU law that safeguards consumers from deceptive environmental claims and early obsolescence. The Directive on…

Photo of reeds in a marshland

Earth Day slow radio broadcast

Slow Radio Broadcast, Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, 2023 To celebrate Earth Day 2023, we’re popping back on to 101.3FM in advance to bring everyone a dawn and dusk wildlife soundtrack to the day. Saturday, April 22, 5am to 7am and 8pm to 9pm. “Celebrate Earth Day 2023 with the seventh…

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