This episode deals with examples of grassroots and networked responses to crises of biodiversity and food production across the island. We look at democratising knowledge through citizen science, educating and empowering communities, and recognising the value of traditional knowledge.
Karin Dubsky is the Coordinator of Coastwatch, an educational and environmental network of NGOs and Universities across Europe.
Shay Daly is a member of the Carlingford Lough Community and a volunteer with Love Your Lough. He is part of the local regional coordination of CoastWatch.
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