To Car or Not to Car

In his latest blog, An Taisce member Eric Conroy shares why and how he gave up his car to reduce emissions. Read more

Take Action for Clean Air

Take action to protect the very air you breathe. Share your views on the Government's draft Clean Air Strategy. Read more

Phoenix Park State of Mind

An Taisce member Eric Conroy writes on the very special institution that is the Phoenix Park. Read more

Protecting Heritage for Future Generations

For World Heritage Day, Dr. Mark Clinton writes about the vulnerability of build heritage and monuments in the face of climate change. Read more

The Hillforts of Baltinglass

Dr. Mark Clinton shares the history of a unique cluster of seven hillforts and other prehistoric sites in the Baltinglass area in Co. Wicklow. Read more

A Glimpse of a Code Red Future

Kevin O'Farrell, Chair, of An Taisce's Climate Committee reflects on the latest IPCC report on Climate Change. Read more

Sinking into the Deep Sinking

An Taisce member Eric Conroy shares his experience of the uniquely wild Deep Sinking, along the Royal Canal in Dublin. Read more

Outing to Bull Island and St Anne’s Park

Anto Kerins of An Taisce's Natural Environment Committee reports on the outing to Bull Island and St. Anne's Park in February. Read more

18th and 19th Century Gates in Ireland

Many fine country-estate gateways of the 18th and 19th centuries survive throughout Ireland. Explore some stunning examples in this collection. Read more

Babe’s Bridge, Ramparts Walk, Navan

Geoff Clarke of An Taisce's Meath Local Association gives us a brief history of Babe's Bridge in Navan. Read more

Own It (Historical Responsibility, that is)

An Taisce Climate Committee member, Sinéad Loughran, outlines the challenges with the Government's carbon budget programme approved by the Oireachtas last month. Read more