UPDATE — EVENT SOLD OUT Member event: Clare Island from 9-11 September 2024 — following the footsteps of Robert Lloyd Praeger

This An Taisce member's tour of Clare Island traces the journey of An Taisce founding father, Robert Lloyd Praeger, as he explored its special flora and fauna. Read more

Heritage Week at The Grove: exploring the glories of the woodland

The Morehampton Road Wildlife Sanctuary in Dublin, locally known as The Grove, will be supporting Heritage Week with two special events on Saturday 17th of August Read more

Larking about in the Marsh: bird watching, clean ups and biodiversity management

Exploring the impressive diversity of bird species in An Taisce's Booterstown Marsh Sanctuary. Eric Conroy shares his experience of a BirdWatch Ireland event and helps out with the clean up organised by fellow An Taisce member Rebecca Jeffares Read more

An Taisce President's Address to the 2024 AGM

An Taisce President, Phil Kearney, gave this powerful address to the 2024 Annual General Meeting of the organisation on June 15th. Read more

Join us for Biodiversity Week!

Come celebrate Irish biodiversity with us at Booterstown Marsh, in the Burren and at Morehampton Grove Read more

Munster Active Travel: Right of Way to Cycling Heaven

The latest installment in An Taisce member Eric Conroy's blog about cycling around Ireland. This time he's in Kerry and Limerick. Read more

Cork, Here I Come!

An Taisce member Eric Conroy discusses his experience of cycling around Cork City and attending a marine conference. Read more

Nitrates Action Programme – Judicial Review Explainer

It’s easy to focus on the behaviour of individual farmers but that would be wrong. The root cause is a failure of leadership and vision. Read more

COP28: See Through the Spin

And then the Saudis send in their lawyers. A comma here, a semi-colon there and the whole meaning of a sentence is changed. Read more

COP28: Fossils and Fossil Fuels

COP seems to be largely restricted to reducing methane from oil and gas flaring, rather than from livestock. Ireland’s Minister for Agriculture has arrived and will meet civil society groups tomorrow where the COP theme focus will be on agriculture and food. It should be interesting given that Ireland emits 3.7 times as much methane per capita as the average EU citizen. Read more