The River of Life Project forms part of Kilrush Tidy Towns efforts to build a better future, looking at the water, ecology and biodiversity contained within to promote future river walks and bolster eco-tourism.
Managed by the Tourism Department of Clare County Council, the Burren and Cliffs of Moher UNESCO Global Geopark is one of three Irish UNESCO Geoparks that contain a wealth of geological data and beauty.
Clare native and environmental artist Evelyn Sorohan manipulates finite resources into contemporary works of art to open up conversations concerning climate change.
Leave No Trace is a nationwide inter-agency campaign that looks to combat littering in public hotspots such as National Parks, Nature Reserves, Forest Parks, OPW National Heritage Sites as well as rivers, beaches, forests and special areas of conservation.
An Taisce’s Clean Coasts programme operates with the objective of maintaining cleaner beaches and shorelines through the empowerment of small and large coastal groups speckled around the country.
Water quality in Clare beaches has been a talking point over recent weeks, Cian O Broin takes a closer look at what is involved in the testing of water quality at our beaches.
Dr. Frances Giaquinto in County Clare is an ecologist who specialises in invasive species and the negative effects they may have on the surrounding natural environment. Frances ‘ main interest lies in habitat restoration and the interaction between organisms and the environment which create healthy functioning ecosystems.
Although schools are currently closed across the country, one Clare school is ensuring their garden is being well maintained.
Wild About Ennis is a community driven urban biodiversity project that looks to both protect and celebrate the ecological diversity…
Green Waste can be clearly defined as any compostable organic waste. A by product of garden maintenance, green waste is…