Ireland’s Climate (In-)Action Plan: How can we plan a journey if nobody knows the...

Minister Denis Naughten is about to publish a draft plan to limit Ireland’s emissions of dangerous, climate disrupting, greenhouse gases over the next five...

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An Taisce made a submission to Aidan Cotter, the Chief Executive of Bord Bia on the strengths and weaknesses of Bord Bia’s Origin Green...

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27th March 2019 Win a prize for your photo.27th March 2019Followers of the eZine will know that we are currently preparing...

The Slash And Burn Bill is back this Thursday

Dear Members and friends,As you may be aware An Taisce in partnership with Birdwatch Ireland, Hedge Laying Association of Ireland and Irish Wildlife Trust...

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