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A forestry boom is turning Ireland into an ecological dead zone | Mary Colwell10 Oct 12:08pm

A forestry boom is turning Ireland into an ecological dead zone | Mary Colwell

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Susbsidised spruce plantations cover vast tracts of the Irish countryside. They don’t offset carbon emissions and are driving bird species to extinctionWe all love trees. We think of woods and forests as green lungs, peaceful spaces, brimming with wildlife. So when
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