The best of the last week on Brainstorm for busy readers in the audience
Most read on Brainstorm: is your home making you sick? Leona Donaghy @UlsterUni on the health implications from breathing in the air of a home that has been sealed up to be more energy-efficient https://t.co/VAMiKDHAk7— RTÉ Brainstorm (@RTEBrainstorm) January 13, 2020
Our most read story for the week is where Leona Donaghy looks at the serious health implications from breathing in the air of a home that has been sealed up to be more energy-efficient
Padraic Kenna on how media reports of high profile evictions mask what is a lengthy and traumatic social and legal process
Jennifer Martyn looks at how there's no scientific evidence to back up the perception that one gender is better at learning languages than another
This week's podcast is based on Kevin Murphy's article on why people are so reluctant to talk about how much they're paid. Brainstorm fact: Kevin has written more Brainstorm pieces than anyone else to date.
Tom McDermott examines how delivering timely local adaptation to climate risk will help to minimise the costs of future flooding in Ireland and elsewhere.