we've got signatures, help us get to 100,000 by June 30, 2015
Almost 50,000 have signed our online petition, which helped force the government to suspend the sale of Ireland's forests. This is a great victory for people power, but the sell-off risk still exists. “Investors” such as Bertie Ahern's IFF continue to lobby the government, who plan to make a final decision this year.
We must keep up the pressure!
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"Cad a dheanfaimid feasta gan adhmad?
Ta deireadh na gcoillte ar lar"
"What will we do without wood?, now the forest lies low"
Daibhi OBruadair (circa 1700's), a brehon poet lamenting the loss of the great Irish forests in his famous poem Caoine Cill Chais.