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All-island Schools for Climate Action

All-island Schools for Climate Action

All-island Schools 4 Climate Action is an initiative between Co-operation Ireland, EcoEd4All, EANI the Education Authority for NI and Alison to enhance environmental education, foster cross-border collaboration and to implement seemingly impossible actions through...

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Eco Advocate Launch in Wildlands

Eco Advocate Launch in Wildlands

Transition Year Students’ Eco Advocate Course launches at Wildlands for 2022 An EXCITING collaboration was officially launched last weekend between EcoEd4All and Wildlands, offering Transition Year Students a half-day place-based learning course entitled ‘Eco...

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Impact of climate change on coastal communities

Impact of climate change on coastal communities

Gordon Bromley, Lecturer of Physical Geography and Climate at NUIG outlines the need for collective action and Cian McCormack talks to people impacted by severe weather. https://www.rte.ie/radio/radio1/clips/21992987/ Fast forward to 4:19 to listen to Dr Gordon...

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ISTA Galway Webinar

ISTA Galway Webinar

We had a very well attended webinar for science teachers in Galway this evening, 22nd of March. It was hosted by Ms Veronica McCauley. Great participation. Thanks to everyone who attended and many thanks to Veronica.

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Galway National Park City Website

Galway National Park City Website

This new and exciting initiative is to have Galway city recognised as a National Park City, by achieving a Greener, Bluer, Healthier, Safer, Beautiful, Sustainable, Equitable, Harmonious and Wilder environment where people value, benefit from, and are strongly...

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President Joe Biden Rejoins the Paris Climate Agreement

President Joe Biden Rejoins the Paris Climate Agreement

In one of his first acts in the Oval Office, President Joe Biden signed an executive order to have the United States rejoin the Paris climate agreement, the largest international effort to curb global warming. The U.S. officially withdrew from the accord to limit...

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Dublin Airport achieves carbon neutral status

Dublin Airport achieves carbon neutral status

Dublin Airport is the first airport in Ireland to achieve carbon neutral status. The airport has reduced its overall carbon emissions by 25 per cent between 2013 and 2019, despite a 63 per cent increase in passenger numbers during the same period. The airport has...

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