County Carlow Environmental Network
The voluntary County Carlow Environmental Network (CEN) is an inclusive, welcoming community group that is focussed on making Carlow sustainable and beautiful for all. We bring our various skills and knowledge together to foster learning and actions for living well in County Carlow. The group is open to all and meets on the first Tuesday of every month, 7-9pm at An Gairdin Beo in Carlow town
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Cavan Environmental Network
The Cavan Environmental Network is very active in the Cavan Public Participation Network. Cavan has very strong networks who are working to ensure that their actions are harmonious with the environment around us.
Cavan Communities 4 Climate Action
We are a group that aim to support projects that involve community action, promote resilience of communities, sustainability and disseminate information by posting on out Facebook page and other social media, and through involvement in the Public Participation Network.
The seeNdoo Organisation – Cavan
The seeNdoo Organisation has been set up by a youth activist in Cavan, who wishes to see more collaboration for local climate action. They have been involved in the Youth Assembly on Climate, hosted school presentations, and spoken at PPN events about climate activism and how you can get involved.
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Clare Environmental Network
Clare Environmental Network CEN is a network for anyone in Clare interested in our environment and sustainable development. We exist to promote and collaborate on issues that protect our environment for this and future generations.
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Cork Environmental Forum
Cork Environmental Forum provides a forum to engage in debate on current environmental issues and seeks agreement on ways of resolving them. CEF stimulates and sustains the level of active environmental awareness, concern, care and activity among people in Cork. CEF participates in relevant networks which assist in fostering, promoting and implementing sustainable development.
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Donegal Environmental Network
Donegal Environmental Network is a page created to raise awareness on sustainable development and policy that has environmental significance in Donegal. They are active in their Public Participation Network, and in local actions.
Online: Facebook page
Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown Environmental Network
The DLR Environmental Network has an online platform where you can keep up to date on environmental events in the area. You can use the group to share green events and volunteer opportunities, ask for advice or share environmental information. Join in to keep informed and get active in creating a sustainable future!
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Dublin Community (City) Environmental Network
Working to create a cleaner, greener Dublin. They work to achieve 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. They organise events throughout the year and promote all other environmentally focused events in Dublin
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South Dublin Environmental Network
The SDCEN is a network of individual environmental Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) that work individually and, as appropriate, jointly to protect and enhance the environment within the South Dublin County area. The SDCEN works to promote the interlinked principles of environmental, social and economic sustainability. In representing the environment its Members represent a common good and not self-interest. As a network in South Dublin, SDCEN is greater than the sum of its parts, with synergies developing from working together and sharing knowledge, skills, strengths and experience. Raising Awareness of environmental issues is central to our mission.
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Fingal Environmental Network
The Fingal Environmental Network is very active in their Public Participation Network, and there are lots of ways to get involved directly in the decision making of the council through this. They also have a Facebook group where you can keep up to date on environmental events in the area. You can use the group to share green events and volunteer opportunities, ask for advice or share environmental information. Join in to keep informed and get active in creating a sustainable future.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – Online: Facebook group