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How Businesses Can Build Biodiversity Support Actions Into Their 2022 Plans
Biodiversity is rapidly rising on the co-operate agenda. Learn from leaders in biodiversity and see how your business can help reverse the biodiversity loss and create positive impact on our landscape.

Nov 17, 2021 01:00 PM in Dublin

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Speakers

Diarmuid Gavin
Garden Designer, TV and Radio Broadcaster, Author and Columnist
Diarmuid Gavin is an award-winning Garden Designer, TV and Radio Broadcaster, Author and Columnist who works in a contemporary style throughout the world. His design philosophy involves listening carefully to the client’s brief, gaining an understanding of the space, acknowledging all architectural and historical influences and developing a refined, considered and sustainable design solution with some added magic.  A busy television career has seen him work for all the main broadcasters in Ireland and the UK, including the BBC, ITV, RTÉ and Virgin Media. In 2020 Diarmuid presented Gardening Together on RTÉ One where he invited the people of Ireland to get gardening by answering questions and offering gardening tips throughout the show. He also was Format Deviser, Presenter and Garden Designer on the RTÉ programme I Want a Garden. In this programme Diarmuid faced dilemmas and challenges in order to help families achieve their dream gardens.
Anja Murray
Ecologist, environmental policy analyst and a broadcaster
Anja Murray is an ecologist, environmental policy analyst and broadcaster. She is a presenter on the long running ‘Eco Eye’ on RTÉ 1 and also writes and presents the award winning radio slot ‘Nature File’ on RTÉ Lyric FM. As an expert on Ireland’s natural environment, she works in television and radio; as an advisor to both the state and corporate sectors; and with local communities, NGOs and youth groups.
Ella McSweeney
Irish food and farming journalist and reporter
Ella McSweeney has worked for BBC, RTÉ and The Guardian, Irish Times, Irish Examiner and other publications as food and farming journalist and reporter. She graduated from Trinity College, Dublin specialising in zoology and is a post graduate student in food policy at City University, London. She began working for RTÉ Radio in 2000, followed by BBC radio, television and online media in Belfast and London before returning to RTÉ. Ella travelled around rural Ireland recording her wildlife series Shanks Mare. She also made the marine series Into the Deep, and the award-winning science series Mind Matters. In 2013 she presented a BBC World Service documentary on vertical farming and in Kentucky 2015 she made a radio documentary on Wendell Berry for BBC Radio 4. Ella has presented RTÉ's award-winning food and farming series Ear to the Ground since 2008. Her work with RTÉ has also included The Consumer Show, Power in the Blood documentary and Open for Business alongside Richard Curran.