A coalition of civil society organisations campaigning for Ireland to do its fair share to tackle climate change.
IN-ON AND AROUND THE BARROW. " YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE" Have you ever thought about leaving the Barrow a beautiful river for the next generation, it would be wrong to let it go into decline.
ECO-UNESCO is Ireland’s environmental education & youth organisation affiliated to the World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centres & Associations (WFUCA).
At Carlow Beekeepers Association our aim is to promote beekeeping in the community and provide support for local beekeepers. email@example.com
The Drummin Bog Project is a voluntary community project to restore the only raised bog in Co. Carlow.
This group has been created to share events and activities that are taking places within the Carlow Network of Community Gardens.
The purpose of Green Sod Ireland is to protect and conserve Irish land in perpetuity, for the sake of its indigenous inhabitants: Animals, plants, soils, rocks, micro-organisms and the like for their own sake, for present and future generations. The land of Ireland is a green gift to all of us. In holding land in trust, we acknowledge and respect it for its own sake, thus protecting its indigenous life from destruction. Green Sod Ireland works with local communities, raising awareness of the health, educational, social, economic and environmental benefits of caring for [...]
A community based partnership group working towards the sustainable management and development of The Blackstairs uplands & their hinterlands.
Our group that meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm in An Gairdín Beo, Carlow town, began in 2018, established a committee in 2019 and has worked on several projects alongside Carlow County Council's Environment Department, raising environmental awareness in our community and beyond. During 2019 we primarily focussed on helping some of Carlow's festivals take on a greener focus, including the St Patrick's Day Festival where volunteers helped as litter angels. This was followed in the summer when we provided environmental and waste management advice, as well asvolunteers to [...]