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Sustainability initiatives[edit]

Ecovillages[edit]

Cloughjordan Ecovillage

Local sustainability initiatives[edit]

Please see our local or city pages via the Ireland category, where of course you can share any more information you may have about local sustainability initiatives.

Initiatives by topic[edit]

Biodiversity[edit]

Biology.ie Biodiversity Watch - Ulster Wildlife Trust

Community involvement[edit]

People’s Energy Charter

Cycling activism[edit]

Bikeshare.ie

Ethical consumerism[edit]

Wikipedia: Fairtrade settlements in Ireland

Food activism[edit]

Origin Green, Bord Bia (The Irish Food Board) initiative to drive sustainable food production in Ireland.

Community Garden Network - FoodCloud - http://greensideup.ie/ Greenside Up] - Irish Farmers Markets - The Organic Centre - Wikipedia:GIY Ireland: registered charity based in Ireland that aims to give its members the skills and confidence needed to grow vegetables and fruit successfully. - Social Hops - Community Hop Project

Reduce, reuse, repair and recycle[edit]

Repair Cafe Ireland

Sharing[edit]

Maps: google.com/maps

Ireland (whole country) is part of the sharing cities network

Sustainable transport activism[edit]

GLUAS Light rail for Galway

Towards sustainable economies[edit]

Basic Income Ireland - Feasta, foundation for the economics of sustainability

Trees, woodland and forest[edit]

Urban sustainability[edit]

Community Technical Aid, W

News and comment[edit]

2017

Campaigners want greenway beside "Velorail" project in Co Mayo, Apr 9 [1]

Over 2,000 back petition for Galway Greenway, Mar 15 [2]

Irish Parliament supports historic fossil fuel divestment bill, Jan 26 [3]

2016

Do you think a basic income for all should replace social welfare? Nov 22 [4]

Opening of new Greenway marked by day of celebration in Dromahair, Nov 6 [5]

Ireland votes to ban fracking, Oct 27 [6]

Galway City bike scheme to expand further, Oct 5 [7]

Galway is 2017 European Green Leaf! Jun 22 [8]

Transition Galway's '2030 Vision' report: "there's no limit to what we could do", Mar 24 [9]

A snapshot of Transition in ... Ireland, Mar 14 [10]

Issues concerning sustainable communities in Ireland, Feb 29 [11]

An Taisce calls for Department of Climate Action, January 22 [12]

2015

Launch of 'A Vision for Galway 2030', November 19 [13]

FreeTrade Ireland finds new homes for 100,000 items, August 5 [14]

Ireland's first 'wilderness area' to be launched in Ballycroy, July 31 [15]

New climate council to oversee Ireland’s transition to low carbon society, June 10 [16]

2014

Galway bikes go live, November 24 [17]

2013

Abandoned railways to be reopened for walking and cycling, August 8 [18]

2009

Irish waste strategy to reject incineration, [19] June 5

Events[edit]

2016

Oct 20 - 28 Galway Sustainable Living Festival

2015

November 28 - Launch of 'A Vision for Galway 2030' Transition Galway

Resources[edit]

Citizens data initiative[edit]

Fingal Open Data

Infographics[edit]

Sustainable Community Highlights, Feb 29, 2016

Video[edit]


Local communities in Ireland[edit]

See also[edit]


Default.png    See also the Ireland  category.
for subtopics, how-tos, project pages, designs, organization pages and more.


Interwiki links[edit]

Wikipedia: Ireland


References

  1. @IrishCycle
  2. galwayindependent.com
  3. gofossilfree.org
  4. breakingnews.ie
  5. leitrimobserver.ie
  6. Friends of the Earth Scotland
  7. galwayindependent.com
  8. European Green Capital
  9. Transition Network
  10. Transition Network
  11. openpractices.net
  12. antaisce.org
  13. Transition Galway
  14. European Green Capital
  15. Advertiser.ie
  16. irishtimes.com
  17. irishcycle.com
  18. Irish Examiner
  19. UKWIN


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