Posts by Kieran Harrahill
Kieran is a senior researcher at TASC focusing on issues surrounding climate justice. he has a BA in Geography and Politics and International Relations from UCD and an MSc in Environmental Policy from UCD. Kieran is currently completing a PhD with UCD, Teagasc and BiOrbic, the national bioeconomy research centre. The title of Kieran’s thesis is ‘A farmer-centred approach to understanding the Irish bioeconomy in the context of just transition’. The aim of Kieran’s study is to identify measures which can facilitate the involvement of economically vulnerable agricultural sectors in the bioeconomy.
Kieran Harrahill 18/10/2022
The question of how agriculture in Ireland can adapt to the need to reduce emissions has become a contentious issue recently. Agriculture has a large impact on Greenhouse gas emission creation in Ireland, accounting for around 37% of Greenhouse Gas emissions created in the country. Farming practices also impact Ireland’s biodiversity and the …
Sean holds an B.Sc in Applied Physics from Dublin City University and an M.Sc. in …
Kirsty Doyle is a Researcher at TASC, working in the area of health inequalities. She is …
Vic Duggan is an independent consultant, economist and public policy specialist catering …