Dublin Friends of the Earth is an active group of volunteers who work together to champion urgent environmental causes that have a positive and practical effect in helping our environment in Dublin, Ireland and globally. Dublin Friends of the Earth meet monthly online via zoom. Usually the last Wednesday of every month, from 6:30pm- 8pm. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP and be kept notified of any changes. Keep an eye on Facebook for meeting dates!
The branch has been meeting monthly in the Botanic Gardens for over twenty-five years. Monthly meetings with talks from many distinguished speakers have been a feature of Tolka ever since. We organise monthly outings, open to all, to sites of birding interest.
The Irish Environmental Network, or IEN, is made up of nationally active Irish Environmental NGOs. Our groups represent a broad range of environmental issues including everything from wildlife conservation to climate change. Also home to Green News: http://greennews.ie/.
The Objective of Dodder Action is to protect and enhance the unique wildlife and heritage of the River Dodder (and all its tributaries) as an amenity for current and future generations to enjoy. We are hugely grateful to all our Volunteers and Supporters. Please join us: https://www.dodderaction.org/membership Our work includes the following subsidiary objectives: I. Wildlife: Enhance the biodiversity and habitat of the river Dodder as a wildlife corridor. II. Heritage: Promote the conservation of heritage structures and archaeological remains in the context of the history of the river. III. Education: promote the [...]
Global Action Plan Ireland is an environmental education organisation leading a sustainability action plan with the aim of creating sustainable communities across Ireland. GAP focuses on people and how they can take practical action and facilitate long term behavioural change in their everyday lives for a more sustainable life, community, and world. GAP Ireland is part of GAP International – a global network of organisations in over 27 countries working together to achieve this mission. SUSTAINABILITY IS OUR MISSION: Our mission is to support people to live more sustainable lifestyles, by offering practical [...]
Forest Friends Ireland were founded in May 2000 to provide an alternative to a rampant monoculture forestry policy. We value forests because of their essential role in maintaining the fragile ecosystems which preserve the earth's rich biological and cultural diversity. We are guided by our Strategic Objectives to plant our native trees, insist on the preservation of our native woodlands, and see to it that our native trees are planted in preference to the present Government policy of planting mono-cultures of non-native exotic species. The principles of biodiversity set out at the Earth [...]
The Rediscovery Centre is the National Centre for the Circular Economy in Ireland. A creative movement connecting people, ideas and resources to support greener low-carbon living. As the National Centre for the Circular Economy, we bring together the skills and expertise of artists, scientists, designers and craftspeople united in a common purpose of sustainability. Located in a bespoke demonstration eco-facility, we support four reuse social enterprises; Rediscover Furniture, Rediscover Fashion, Rediscover Paint and Rediscover Cycling. These businesses use unwanted materials for new product development and design demonstrating effective resource efficiency, reuse and low [...]
A group of people who build wildflower meadows and plant trees in parks with permission from Dublin Corporation.
We are working to create a cleaner, greener Dublin. We are achieving this by connecting all those in Dublin who share an interest in our natural heritage and climate action, and becoming a hub through which everyone can communicate and take action. We organise networking events throughout the year and promote all other environmentally focused events in Dublin.