VICTORIA WHITE: Pádraic Fogarty not crying wolf as he warns that we are wrecking our landscape

The lesson I take from ‘Whittled Away’ is to make this country a hostile environment for politicians of every hue who fail to protect our environment, writes Victoria White

A young badger in an Irish woodland. Picture: 'Whittled Away – Ireland's Vanishing Nature'

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