World Ocean Day

Did you know that Ireland’s coastline is roughly 1,448 kilometers long? (and believe us, it is very rough!). 

Today we’ll be looking at the marvel that is the ocean, it’s nooks and crannies, and how you can help preserve it for future generations. Read more

World Environment Day 2020

There has never been a more important time to focus on biodiversity, the birds, bees, ants and mosses, and how we depend on them for everything we do! Its crazy to think about how much we actually depend on the environment and, more specifically on biodiversity, for EVERYTHING! Read more

Managing your garden, balcony or land for biodiversity in Ireland

biodiversity butterfly

Managing your garden, farm, balcony or windowsill for biodiversity takes less effort than you may think! But think about it, in a number of months your garden will be literally buzzing with activity, the smells of the native wildflowers and native pollinator-friendly plants will hit you as soon as you step outside, you’ll be so captivated by its beauty you won’t ever want to go back! Read more

The Need to Embrace Nature in Modern Development

need to embrace nature

The urbanisation and development of our cities, towns and villages is an unavoidable part of economic and population growth. However, it raises many questions about how we want to develop, the type of spaces in which we want to live and the legacy we want to leave for generations to come. Read more

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