Great to be buddied up with Plant-for-the-Planet in Cameroon; check out how refugees there turned the desert into a forest!

https://www.euronews.com/green/2021/10/10/refugees-in-cameroon-have-turned-a-desert-camp-into-a-thriving-forest Thanks Plant-for-the-Planet summit; I’ve been twinned with my counterpart in Cameroon, who has been working with the foundation for 6 years. I have already learned a lot! Has anyone used Google Agenda, planning to try that out on his advice. And more delegation is required. I am so grateful for our new intern SeanContinue reading “Great to be buddied up with Plant-for-the-Planet in Cameroon; check out how refugees there turned the desert into a forest!”

It’s Maths Week; Guess our % broadleaves nationally folks?Forest Statistics Ireland

Our national canopy; 25.1% broadleaf, over a quarter & 62.3% conifer…nearly two thirds . I am enjoying this read. Thank you to our supporters, Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine. Now that is not so bad is it! And the gap? Open forest areas are 10% (for picnics etc.! for the animals, flowers, insectsContinue reading “It’s Maths Week; Guess our % broadleaves nationally folks?Forest Statistics Ireland”

Closing date; tomorrow 20/10/2021; It’s time for the Global Summit of Plant-for-the-Planet!

https://a.plant-for-the-planet.org/youthsummit/youth-summit-2021/ Apply now; What is My motivation for attending? I am coming along to thank the PftP team for all of their star support; you are all champions! I joined the Plant-for-the-Planet family as soon as I found it online while running my school Eco Schools programme; I so admired Felix’s vision – so importantContinue reading “Closing date; tomorrow 20/10/2021; It’s time for the Global Summit of Plant-for-the-Planet!”