Hi Jose, Hope well well?
Great to hear from you and glad you like this! Autumn's coming in the northern hemisphere!
Warmest Regards from Dublin
The Irish Government is moving closer to a huge sell-off of the public forests, currently managed by Coillte (The Irish Forestry Board), to private investors to pay for the actions of wreckless bankers and developers. An area greater than 1 million acres, will be lost forever. This will include some of our most valuable native woodlands, wild places and some of the last refuges of our native flora and fauna
If you think this is a extremely shortsighted decision, a potential tourist or visitor who would like to see these important areas saved, please sign this petition now to tell the Irish Government that Ireland's Forests are not for sale, You have no interest in visiting a country that treats it's people and environmental assets with such distain. These forests are the inheritance of all people. A strong show of support, asserting the rightful ownership of the public forests will make all the difference for everyone in times to come. Thanks. h
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