Category Archives: Economic Model

UCC Climate Conference 2021

I virtually attended most of the UCC climate conference yesterday. It’s was a useful experience, not really because of the content which was highly variable, rather because it allowed me to think about where we are at. Here are my … Continue reading

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We Need to Talk About (Irish) Agriculture

This morning I listened to a radio clip about the Irish peat industry. Peat harvested from local bogs has been used for centuries for cooking and heating in Ireland. Throughout the 20th century, peat was prized as a source of … Continue reading

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Happy XMAS (War is Over?)

Should we simply return to what was normal in 2019? Or do we have an extraordinary opportunity to leverage not just the reduction in emissions but to learn from the experience of disaster that literally stopped us in our tracks. Continue reading

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New Models for the Post Covid19 World

There’s great talk in the media about how after Covid19 nothing will be the same – that we will have the opportunity to rethink our world. This is of course absolute nonsense. The commercial rush to return to normality is … Continue reading

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