Who We Are

We are a group of highly motivated individuals coming from diverse backgrounds that wish to bring high quality environmental education training into schools across the country.  This involves the support of principals, teachers, students and parents all coming together for a common purpose.

Climate Change
Biodiversity in Ireland
Circular Economy
Water Pollution

St Mary's College Arklow - Sustainable Style Initiative

St Mary’s College, Arklow who have come to the end of the first module with one group of TY students. (Oct 2020)

The girls launched their campaign to get as many people as possible to join their Instagram page and view the work they have done on Sustainable Style 2020.

St Mary’s College

Transition Year


See more photos and press release about this exciting and innovative initiative here.


St Paul's Secondary School Oughterard

School courtyard with garden art from recycled material and pollinator friendly planting.

Three transition year classes were brought to a Galway Wind Park to learn about sustainable energy. 

Information on transition year here

To view more photo click here.

A Climate Change Champion

Duncan Stewart  is an Irish architect, environmentalist and media personality known for his environmental activism and work on Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ), most notably in the show Eco Eye since 2002. He remains the co- presenter of Eco Eye on RTE.  

Duncan was instrumental in helping to set up EcoEd 4 All with his driving passion to spread the word to schools and adults alike about the every present issues of Climate Change.

Galway City Becomes An Official National Park

The Galway National Park City (GNPC) is a new pioneering initiative that is designed to make urban landscapes more healthier, sustainable, harmonious, beautiful, equitable with biodiversity-rich environments of quality green and blue spaces where people value, benefit from, and are strongly connected to the rest of Nature. The designation was formally launched last year by the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan when the capital of England and of the United Kingdom became the first city in the world to claim this status.  Check out https://www.nationalparkcity.london/

President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins has kindly agreed to act as patron for the National Park City for Galway initiative.

Read full write up here.