Ecotourism on Inishbofin
Inishbofin takes different approach to tourism. They seek to achieve sustainable tourism that does not negatively impact upon the island’s natural environment while at the... More
Leave No Trace Ireland inspires responsible use of the outdoors through partnerships, research and education. Dr Sophie Price, Tourism Lecturer at I.T. Tralee and Advanced Trainer of Leave No Trace... More
Leave No Trace Ireland are looking forward to #Environ2016.The 26th Irish Environmental Researchers' Colloquium, will be held at University of Limerick, from Tuesday to Thursday 22nd-24th March,... More
Outdoor Education within the school system in Ireland can be traced back to Anton Trant’s innovative work in Dublin schools 50 years ago. The GMIT Outdoor Education conference which takes place in... More
Environmental Education Ireland are delighted to host the second Festival of Outdoor Learning on April 16-17th, 2016 in the stunning Wicklow Mountains!
Katy Egan, Leave No Trace Advanced Trainer will... More
Leave No Trace Ireland are pleased to announce the launch of its 2016 programme. Thanks to ongoing support from partners, Leave No Trace Ireland are offering free partner training opportunities for... More
Leave No Trace Ireland are delighted to announce a new membership with the IMPRINT+ project.
The IMPRINT+ Project raises young peoples awareness on their environmental impact while spending time... More
This May Bank Holiday will see Leenane Village,Co. Galway, hold it's 8th Mountain Walking Festival. The festival has been a great event throughout the years due to the fact that they have walks to... More
On Saturday 28th of November members of the Education Advisory Group ran a successful education and training CPD day for all Leave No Trace trainers. The event was co-ordinated by Chairperson of... More
Invasive ALIEN Species in Ireland Cost State Quarter Billion Annually
A new survey that aims to gather information on the current level of awareness of invasive species and their negative impacts... More