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    Darragh Cunningham

    Darragh Cunningham holds an MSc in Environmental Policy from University College Dublin. He is primarily interested in policy issues related to climate change, green infrastructure, smart cities, sustainability and urbanisation. Darragh has recently undertaken a policy research internship for the Green Party in Ireland. From January 2017 he shall be part of the Projects Team for the EuroCities Network in Brussels on a work experience placement.

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  • Biodiversity loss, so important yet not so popular issue

    Biodiversity loss, so important yet not so popular issue0

    Across the globe, societies are increasingly transitioning away from a grey palate and moving towards ‘greener’ tendencies. This propensity for change is a welcome progression as many global environmental challenges already pose enormous risks for populations around the world.

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  • Welcome to the not so concrete jungle: How the EU envisages a greener future

    Welcome to the not so concrete jungle: How the EU envisages a greener future0

    Throughout the European Union, local, regional and national authorities are confronted with a myriad of complex challenges in relation to urban, economic and sustainability concerns. Such pressing issues include the need to ensure biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services. The concept of ‘green infrastructure’ (GI) has come to the fore within policy circles in recent years and is seen as a vital cog within the EU’s continued efforts to attain its conservation, climate & energy targets for 2020 and beyond.

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