Protecting Ireland’s heritage, safeguarding its future

Carbon Budgets - An Education

This week the Joint Committee on Environment and Climate Action got an education on Carbon Budgets and a reality check on how Ireland must act now and not kick the can down the road.

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Author: Dearbhla Ryan

Vacancies

List of any open positions and information on how to apply. Open: Natural Environment Intern - January 2022.

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Author: Phoebe Duvall

Benefits of Membership

Help us to preserve Ireland's rich heritage, protect our beautiful nature, and slow climate change. Become a member of An Taisce and receive these benefits.

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Author: Phoebe Duvall

Our impact

3,461

Schools have achieved the Green Flag

1,113

Local Groups are taking part in Clean Coasts

2,850

Tonnes of litter were collected by Volunteers in National Spring Clean

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