What is Bioregionalism?

Bioregionalism is a cultural, political, and environmental movement that promotes the recognition and use of naturally occuring bioregions as the basis for culturally and economically defined areas. These bioregions consist of areas which share physical and environmental features, such as topographical characteristics, soil type, watershed boundaries, climate, wildlife, and growing seasons. These environmental components directly […]

Food Citizenship Podcast – Episode 6

Pádraic Fogarty’s highly acclaimed book “Whittled away – Ireland’s vanishing nature” gives a shocking overview of the current state of biodiversity in Ireland. In this episode, we met with Pádraic to discuss the reasons behind the decline, loss of species and most importantly, to shed light on what can be done to halt it! Get his […]