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What I've learned about young people and climate action Edi joined the Climate Action Team at Electric Picnic this year, coming away with some important lessons

Why I wanted my voice heard at the EU Energy Forum Mark attended the EU Citizen's Energy Forum and talks through the day and the main points he learned

What does the Climate Case Ireland judgement mean? Mark looks at the background to the Climate Case Ireland and what it means for Ireland's climate action

The benefits of commuting on a bike  Ross recently started cycling instead of taking buses and trains, and has noticed the physical and mental health benefits

My experience as a youth delegate at the EU Energy Forum Ross talks about the two day Citizen's Forum and what he learned throughout the time

Part 2: Important lessons I've learned after my suicide attempt Leanne talks about the importance of taking time to yourself and appreciating the little things in life

Part 1: Important lessons I've learned after my suicide attempt Leanne talks about her mental health journey and the importance of talking about suicide

Recovering and moving on after my suicide attempts This writer talks about struggling with their mental health and how they're happy where they are now

Why I decided to study Criminology in college Criminology is a relatively new college course in Ireland but one that many people might find interesting

How my unexpected gap year helped me grow There are so many things you can do during a gap year, whether you've planned it or not

Why I decided to run a marathon this year Caitlin always enjoyed running 5km but this year has set herself the challenge of running a marathon

Why I'm happy with my decision not to drink volunteer Caitlin talks about Ireland's drinking culture and why she doesn't drink alcohol

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