Maintaining the EU ban on subsidies for the construction of fishing vessels

An Taisce were one of a broad range of environmental NGOs who lobbied the EU ahead of the plenary vote on the European...

Bantry Bay Fish Farm in Doubt Following An Taisce Legal Objections

In February the Aquaculture Licences Appeals Board (ALAB) adjourned an oral hearing in relation to a proposed salmon farm at Shot Head, Bantry Bay,...

Bat Walk and Talk, Ardara, Co. Donegal

© 2017 An Taisce - The National Trust for Ireland, Tailors' Hall, Back Lane, Dublin, D08 X2A3, Ireland. +353 1 454 1786 -...

Bat Walk and Talk

© 2017 An Taisce - The National Trust for Ireland, Tailors' Hall, Back Lane, Dublin, D08 X2A3, Ireland. +353 1 454 1786 -...

Too Little, Far Too Late: National Mitigation Plan an Unmitigated Failure

The government’s newly published Draft National Mitigation Plan (NMP) is little more than a catalogue of failures and an unambitious roadmap to nowhere, according...

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...

An Taisce help to save Bog and Curlew in County Longford

In late April 2016, An Taisce were alerted by distraught locals in Longford, that one of the last remaining bogs in their community was...

Heritage Bill Round Three – Heritage or Anti-Heritage?

It is becoming increasingly clear that the Heritage Bill bears little resemblance to its title, a fact highlighted by Senators at the third debate...

Guided Butterfly Walk, Sheskinmore, Co. Donegal

Directions: at the end of the L7743 which is off the R261, half way between Portnoo and ArdaraThe walk starts at 11 a.m. and...

George Hook labels Heather Humphreys as the 'Flat Earth' Minister in An Taisce interview

An Taisce's Natural Environment Officer Fintan Kelly was interviewed by George Hook on his Newstalk radio show 'High Noon' today. Minister Heather Humphreys' disastrous...

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