She had a meeting with the Taoiseach yesterday!
Preserving the biodiversity of our land is a common goal of the farming sector and environmental groups.
That's according to Offaly teenager Liadh Dalton, who met with Taoiseach Micheál Martin to discuss sustainable farming and creating an open dialogue between farmers and climate activists.
She says there should be more information provided to farmers looking to utilize green practices and better environmental education in secondary schools.
The Belmont activist says the media perception also needs to change:
Liadh Dalton, Gallen Comm. Sch, Ferbane with Taoiseach following on from her involvement in UNICEF Youth Activism Programme.Liadh championing env. sustainability in farming practices, a credit to family and school.— Barry Cowen (@CowenBarry) November 11, 2021
Won’t mention what happened last time I was in that office !! pic.twitter.com/fqCLpW0quW