Who we are

The Environmental Pillar is made up of 28 national environmental non-governmental organisations (NGOs) who work together to represent the views of the Irish environmental sector.

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Who we are

The Environmental Pillar is made up of 28 national environmental non-governmental organisations (NGOs) who work together to represent the views of the Irish environmental sector. Find out more…

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What we do

The Environmental Pillar creates and promotes policies that advance sustainability. We act as an advocacy coalition promoting sustainable solutions in areas such as climate change, biodiversity, rescource efficiency, transport, planning and water.

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What we do

The Environmental Pillar creates and promotes policies that advance sustainability. We act as an advocacy coalition for environmental NGOs promoting sustainable solutions in areas such as climate change, biodiversity, rescource efficiency, transport, planning and water.  Find out more

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The Environmental Pillar welcomes the Pope's call for action on climate change

The Environmental Pillar welcomes the Pope's call for action on climate change

The Environmental Pillar, which is made up of 28 Irish environmental NGOs, welcomes the stance taken[...]
The Environmental Pillar rejects eco-label given to an Irish salmon farm

The Environmental Pillar rejects eco-label given to an Irish salmon farm

UPDATE 18/6/15: SAI Global  Assurances who carried out the audit of Deenish Salmon Farm have been in[...]
Environmental Pillar Water Services Policy

Environmental Pillar Water Services Policy

Ireland is facing an uncertain future in respect to its antiquated and dilapidated water services in[...]
Threat to environment from trade deal discussed at Trade Union seminar

Threat to environment from trade deal discussed at Trade Union seminar

Michael Ewing, Coordinator of the Environmental Pillar, recently spoke at the TTIP Seminar as part o[...]
EU critical of Ireland’s failure to tax environmental harm

EU critical of Ireland’s failure to tax environmental harm

The Environmental Pillar wish to highlight the concerns raised around the failure to make Ireland’s [...]

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