We are a leading voice for all aspects of environmental conservation and sustainable development in Ireland as essential to the wellbeing and resilience of both people and planet Read more
We develop and operate some of Ireland's most popular and successful environmental and sustainability programmes. Read more
We hold and preserve a range of heritage properties in trust, including historic buildings and nature reserves. Read more
Together we can stand up for a sustainable future for ourselves, our communities and our environment. Become a member today. Read more
Protecting Ireland’s heritage, safeguarding its future
We'd love you to become one of the first regular givers for 2021, committing to being part of a movement protecting our environment and heritage for our children, grandchildren and future generations to come.
At no extra cost to you a donation of €21 or more per month benefits An Taisce via a tax refund under the Charitable Donations Scheme operated by the Department of Revenue. For all donations of a larger or smaller amount we are equally and eternally grateful.
We recently acquired 2,220 acres of upland heath habitat in Counties Monaghan and Tyrone. The site supports one of the best blanket bog habitats in Ireland as well highly protected bird species such as the Hen Harrier.
An Taisce is fundraising to support the work of our National Cycling Coordinator, a partnership role with Cyclist.ie working to help everyday cycling grow in Ireland
Today’s Pre-Legislative Scrutiny on the draft of the Climate Bill 2020 by the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Climate Action makes important recommendations to help shore up what has been widely criticised as a flawed and problematic Climate Bill. Read more
Thanks to extensive research by our Galway City Association, An Taisce has submitted a detailed report to the EPA on the ongoing wastewater treatment issues in Galway City. The report is based on analysis of multiple incidences of untreated wastewater being discharged into the River Corrib and the Galway Bay SAC in recent years. Read more
The EPA released the Water Quality in 2019 report today, indicating that over one third of rivers and a quarter of lakes are failing to meet their environmental quality standards for nutrients, with serious consequences for the health of Irish waters. Read more