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Be inspired by local action! This collection of examples comes from people all over Ireland who are working to make a positive change in their local area.

27 05, 2020

Roscommon Transition Towns

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Roscommon Transition Towns vision is for a resilient local community that can sustain each other during challenges. We long for a healthy and regenerated ecosystem that can provide locally produced food and green energy without harming other species. We imagine a diverse society that is equitable across gender, age, class and race. We believe the warmth of human connection and friendships will help us navigate the changing future, together. We operate via a core organising group + active sub groups working on practical, community based projects eg: local food system, community energy.

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County: Roscommon
30 04, 2020

Green Economy Foundation

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We are an environmental non-government organisation (ENGO) working on a whole variety of issues – from farming to economics and from biodiversity to climate change and working at a variety of levels - policy, education and practical projects. Our organisational base is in Manch, Ballineen, where we run the Manch Project with 200 acres of sustainable broadleaf woodland.

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County: Cork County
30 04, 2020

Environmental Trust Ireland

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Environmental Trust Ireland is a voluntary not for profit organisation committed to the advancement and promotion of environmental protection,conservation of the natural and built environment, biodiversity, wildlife, ecosystems and cultural and heritage protection.

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County: Limerick
16 04, 2020

Mayo Environmental Network

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We are just a group of ordinary individuals who came together because we share a passion on a wide range of environmental issues. We would love and welcome other individuals and environmental groups to join us and share our respect for the world around us. Link in with us on Facebook for issues and events happening in Mayo

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County: Mayo
12 03, 2020

Fridays for Future Limerick

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We are a group of youth activists from across Limerick who protest every single Friday from 11:30-1pm on Thomas Street to combat the climate crisis and ecological breakdown.

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County: Limerick
29 02, 2020

Louth Environmental Network

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The LEN is made up of individuals with interests in a wide range of environmental issues. They provide a central hub around which people from Louth can gather, discuss projects, ask for help, create change and become involved in their local Public Participation Network. As an organisation we are still in our early stages but we are growing and look forward to increasing our activities and interaction in the local community.

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County: Louth
28 02, 2020

Roscommon Environmental Network

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General This unincorporated association shall be known under the name Roscommon Environmental Network and is a not-for-profit organisation and community-based group. The group is established as a network for all those in County Roscommon with an interest in environmental issues, be it individuals or already existing groups. If an existing group becomes a member, then it must nominate one individual to represent them at meetings of the Network. Objectives: The primary objective of Roscommon Environmental Network is to protect the environment and promote sustainable development - to create a county that provides a [...]

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County: Roscommon
25 02, 2020

Good Energies Alliance Ireland

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Good Energies Alliance Ireland (GEAI) is an environmental NGO based in Ballinagleragh, North Leitrim. Nowadays, after a successful campaign to ban fracking in 2017, our main focus is in the climate-verse. Our current core mission is to co-design and roll-out a "glocal" climate action plan that works with and for the rural community. Leaving no one behind. This initiative is called Cróga (= brave in Irish).

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County: Leitrim
20 02, 2020

Forest Friends Ireland

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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 [...]

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County: Dublin - City
20 02, 2020

Irish Whale and Dolphin Group

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The Irish Whale and Dolphin Group (IWDG) was established in December 1990 and is an All-Ireland group “dedicated to the conservation and better understanding of cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) in Irish waters through study, education and interpretation”. In December 1999, the IWDG was granted charitable status (CHY 11163) and became a Limited Company in October 2000. Since 2000, the IWDG has grown into a credible, effective NGO with a growing membership and increasing influence on government policy and actions.

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County: Clare