Make your Pledge
The broadcaster is returning for the third season of What Planet Are You On?, which kicks off tonight, bringing with her her positivity and no-nonsense …
What are the environmental impacts your pledges will have?
What Planet Are You On?'s Dr Brian Kelleher explains why we shouldn't call the items we dispose of at home or in work or school …
What Planet Are You On?'s Dr Brian Kelleher explains how our household waste contributes to greenhouse gas emissions.
What Planet Are You On?'s Dr. Paul Deane explains how our household energy usage creates greenhouse gas.
If you've been looking for some motivation to make some sustainable changes around how you use water, energy and waste, here it is.
Dr Aifric O Sullivan is an Assistant Professor at UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science, Principal Investigator at UCD Institute of Food and Health …
Fiona Regan is Professor in Chemistry at Dublin City University and Director of the DCU Water Institute.
Dr Aifric O'Sullivan, an Assistant Professor at UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science, shares her tips for creating a more sustainable diet.
Dr Aifric O'Sullivan shares her tips on avoiding food waste at home.
The amount of excess waste in terms of food and plastic that is generated at this time of year is downright scary.
Making the switch is easier than you think, and you could save money too. Sam Wylie-Harris finds out more.
We've listed all the materials in your home that can be recycled. Simply print this article out and keep it in your kitchen as a …
A brand-new series of What Planet Are You On? returns with presenter Maia Dunphy to RTÉ One on Sunday evenings at 18.30.
Here's why you should swap out your body wash for a simple bar of soap.
Our homes are responsible for a quarter of energy-related CO2 emissions.
Did you know that Plastic usage has increased by approximately 900% since 1980?
There are more environmentally friendly ways of shopping that won't cost the earth - literally.
It is estimated that the average Irish household throws out €400 – €1000 worth of food every year!
It's becoming a growing problem.
Small changes can make a big difference when it comes to plastic pollution, says Katie Wright.
These simple switches can help divert waste from landfill.
The environment always pays a very high price during the festive season.
A community initiative that has been making a big difference for nearly 20 years.
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