Eco Eye

Irelands longest running, environmental series is now in production for its 13th season. One of the most popular television shows on Irish television and for over 100 episodes, we have examined environmental issues both home and abroad.

Hosted by architect and environmentalist Duncan Stewart, this Irish series casts an eye over all aspects of the Irish and broader environment. 

Climate Change, Bio-diversity, Natural Capital, the Circular economy are some of the recurring themes but the show also deals with a variety of topics revolving around our our interaction as people with our natural surroundings.

 

Sustainability whether it be sustainable living or renewable energy always features heavily as we believe that the key to living in tune with our environment is learning to live sustainably. Renewable energy, co-operatives, sustainable farming and healthy local economies are crucial to many of our shows.

 

View all ten episodes of Eco Eye 12 (2014) here

13 Replies to “Eco Eye”

  1. Hello
    Please how do l access the first programme of the series ..on climate change…the rising water levels etc
    Thank you
    Ronnie Owens

    1. Hi Ronnie,

      Sorry for the delay in responding, the first episode should be available here http://www.earthhorizon.ie/in-production/eco-eye-series-13/eco-eye-series-13-2015
      If theres any problems with that, the direct youtube link is here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L2cLh7YnTE

      BTW We’re doing a follow up show on flooding tonight, its focusing more on Ireland and the work of scientists and the OPW here. It son RTE1 at 7pm tonight but will then be available online shortly after at http://www.earthhorizon.ie/eco-eye-13-ep08-rising-tides

      Thanks
      Eco Eye

  2. Company: Voxpro
    Project: voxgrow
    About: A while ago Voxpro launched the Innovation Project, giving employees the opportunity to present to senior management any idea they had. My idea was for the company to provide land where employees can grow their own fresh, organic, delicious fruit and veg for themselves and their family free of charge. I was asked to test the idea first on an allotment scale and they have been delighted with the results! We are hopefully soon going to roll out the idea to their main Mahon office then hopefully other offices around the world as they expand. I really believe that not just government, but also individuals and companies need to play a role in helping to provide alternative ways of growing food in and around big city’s like Cork. It would be amazing if you could follow our project and bring some media attention to it that will hopefully inspire other large organisations to follow suit.

    Kind Regards
    David

  3. Hi Duncan love your show on global warming
    But I wish the solid fuel companies would encourage us to use smokeless fuel they should make it cheaper for smokeless and not the other way round

  4. As vice chair of South Dublin Protect our Parks I would like to write to Duncan Stuart on behalf of the group.
    The group was formed just over a year ago ,in response to the ever increasing concerts and 3 day Longitude Festival in Marlay Park, Rathfarnham.
    We would be very grateful if you could send us contact details for Duncan .

    Kind regards

    Mary
    O879391042

  5. Wondered what the beautiful piano piece is called that was on tonight’s Eco Eye …jan 31st…coastal erosion with Lara ?

    Thanks

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