Waterways Ireland and Leave No Trace Ireland have been working in partnership to develop a new 'River Explorers' programme. This exciting one day programme aims to enable participants to become aware... More
The marine and environmental outreach teams from the Explorers Education Programme and Leave No Trace Ireland recently (19th – 21st September) attended the National Ploughing Championships held in... More
Please Festival Responsibly
The places we gather to celebrate art, life, and music are special places that receive a great deal of impact from our festivities accross Ireland. Teams of volunteers... More
Scientific research is increasingly demonstrating what many of us have known for years - time spent in nature is a positively restorative experience. The mounting body of evidence continues to show... More
The Environment Minister, Denis Naughten, has approved total nationwide funding of €460,000 for this year’s Local Agenda 21 Environmental Partnership Fund scheme.
Grants have been awarded to 834... More
Thousands flocked to Galway Harbour for the third and final day of SeaFest 2017, Ireland's national maritime festival. SeaFest is on track to be the biggest and most spectacular sea festival ever... More
The ‘Our Ocean Wealth Summit’ will take place in Galway this year as part of SeaFest 2017.
PwC Ireland are sponsors of Our Ocean Wealth Summit 2017.
Now in its fourth year, the 'Our Ocean Wealth... More
Salt water or fresh water regardless, the summer heat has people from all over Ireland heading to the nearest beach. So whether you’re ready to paddle , snorkel with the fish, or even just picnic on... More
In partnership with Newry Mourne and Down District Council, the Ring of Gullion Partnership, Tourism NI, and Northern Ireland Environment Agency; Sport NI are holding a two day conference in the Ring... More