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Since 1984, the Irish multinational Smurfit Kappa has been grabbing land in the region of Cauca, Colombia, to plant extensive pine and eucalyptus monocultures for the manufacture of paper and cardboard. These commercial plantations, covering 2,974 hectares in the municipality of Cajibío, Cauca alone, cause serious damage to nature through…

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Since 1984, the Irish multinational Smurfit Kappa has been grabbing land in the region of Cauca, Colombia, to plant extensive pine and eucalyptus monocultures for the manufacture of paper and cardboard. These commercial plantations, covering 2,974 hectares in the municipality of Cajibío, Cauca alone, cause serious damage to nature through…

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Taking a hard look at the alarming consolidation occurring within the Irish beef industry that belies our reputation for grass-based, nature-friendly farming.

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The EU Nature Restoration Law: moving forward Now that the dust begins to settle on the EU Nature Restoration Law, there is time to reflect on some of the key issues it has raised and highlighted, and see how farmers and citizens can move forward. Bridging a false divideTalamh Beo…

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