Below is a list of our Member Organziations
An Taisce, The National Trust For Ireland’s vision is an Ireland where our environment, natural and built, is actively prioritised and a lasting legacy of sustainability and resilience is ensured.
Bat Conservation Ireland
Bat Conservation Ireland works to protect and expand existing bat populations and to develop a widespread understanding and appreciation of bats amongst the public, state agencies and other organisations.
BirdWatch Ireland are the largest independent conservation organisation in Ireland. The primary objective of BirdWatch Ireland is the protection of wild birds and their habitats in Ireland.
CELT is the Centre for Environmental Living & Training We provide training, education and awareness-raising in traditional and ecological skills. Our ethos is to encourage individuals and communities to live more sustainably.
Cloughjordan Ecovillage, is Ireland’s first ecovillage. Our aim is to serve as a model of sustainable living, that can be an education, enterprise, research and service resource for all.
Coastwatch primarily protects wetlands by raising the public’s awareness of their value and demonstrating practical ways to save them. Our work includes the Coastwatch Survey, Seagrass Survey, Microlitter, Seaweed, and Marine Protected Areas Project.
Coomhola Salmon Trust
StreamScapes Project was Ireland’s original environmental education programme. Since 1989 hundreds of schools and community groups in Communities throughout Ireland have learned about their local Catchments through our training and field work.
Cultivate is a practical sustainability organisation focused on active education. Based in Cloughjordan Ecovillage. We support a greater understanding of whole systems thinking as a key to sustainability and a more resilient future.
Eco Advocacy aAdvocates for Truth and Justice in environmental matters. We focus on issues of: Planning and Environmental Law, Biodiversity and specifically Invasive Species, Sustainability (Energy supply, employment, natural resources), Conservation, Policy.
ECO-UNESCO are a leading environmental education and youth organisation working to channel the passion, creativity and energy of young people into positive environmental action. We inspire, educate, empower and support young people to act.
Feasta, the Foundation for the Economics of Sustainability, aims to identify the characteristics (economic, cultural and environmental) of a truly sustainable society, articulate how the necessary transition can be effected and promote its implementation.
Forest Friends Ireland
GForest Friends Ireland/Cáirde na Coille value forests because of their essential role in maintaining the fragile ecosystems which preserve the earth’s rich biological and cultural diversity.
Friends of the Earth
Friends of the Earth campaign and build movement power to bring about the system change needed for a just world where people and nature thrive.
Global Action Plan
Global Action Plan aims to inspire people to become ‘change makers’. We equip individuals and communities with knowledge and skills to develop solutions to the environmental and climate crises and deliver programmes for community groups, schools and businesses.
Gluaiseacht is a non-hierarchical environmental and social justice movement bringing together grassroots organisations, concerned individuals and student groups from all over Ireland to raise awareness and take non-violent direct action on social, environmental and political issues.
Good Energies Alliance Ireland
Good Energies Alliance Ireland wants thriving and climate-resilient (rural) communities, linking sustainability and well-being. We work to discuss the transition towards ecological sustainability, focusing on climate action and circular economy.
Green Economy Foundation
The Green Economy Foundation works to promote the development of a Green Economy – where sustainable and resource-efficient business models will out-perform and ultimately replace those dependent on profit alone.
Green Foundation Ireland
Green Foundation Ireland hosts seminars, workshops and conferences which aim to demonstrate how practical action can bring about positive change towards sustainability. GFI aims to create an ecologically literate Ireland.
Hedgelayers Association of Ireland
The Hedgelayers Association of Ireland aim to; encourage and facilitate the conservation, protection and appropriate management of hedgerows; promote the craft and profession of hedge laying; encourage and facilitate landowners in the management of hedges.
The Irish Peatlands Conservation Council’s mission is to protect a representative sample of the peatlands of Ireland for people to enjoy today and in the future. Taking action for the preservation of bogs and wildlife is what we do.
Irish Seed Savers
The Irish Seedsavers main objective is to protect Ireland’s food crop heritage for future generations. Our work focuses on the conservation of heirloom vegetable seeds and Irish heritage apple trees.
Irish Whale and Dolphin Group
The Irish Whale and Dolphin Group’s mission is to promote better understanding of cetaceans & their habitats through education & research, and through collaboration with universities, government & research groups.
Irish Wildlife Trust
The Irish Wildlife Trust works to create a better future for Ireland’s biodiversity by motivating and supporting people to take action to protect biodiversity through advocacy, wildlife walks and talks and citizen science and education projects.
Leave No Trace
Leave No Trace Ireland provides research, education and outreach so every person who ventures outside can protect and enjoy the outdoors responsibly.
Native Woodland Trust
The Native Woodland Trust is dedicated to the preservation of Ireland’s remaining ancient woodlands. We are also committed to the restoration of Ireland’s original climax ecosystem, through the re-creation of woodlands, using only native seed.
The Rediscovery Centre is the National Centre for the Circular Economy in Ireland. A creative movement connecting people, ideas and resources to support greener low-carbon living.
Sonairte is a visitor experience which promotes a love of the outdoors, organic produce, eco-awareness and sustainable living.
The Organic Centre
The Organic Centre works hard to increase knowledge, and awareness about organic growing, biodiversity, climate change, food sovereignty and sustainable energy.
Vincent Wildlife Trust
The Vincent Wildlife Trust’s work focuses on, creating and managing reserves for Irish mammals such as for the lesser horseshoe bat, the Irish stoat and pine marten.
VOICE (Voice of Irish Concern for the Environment) is a member organisation advocating on the wise use of natural resources, environmentally-sound waste prevention and management practices and measures to protect and conserve water.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland
Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland exists to promote wildlife rehabilitation, improve wildlife welfare, and conservation in Ireland.
Zero Waste Alliance Ireland
Zero Waste Alliance Ireland promotes a rethink of current discard, disposal practices and works towards a circular economy. We are engaged at national and EU level in policy initiatives and information campaigns.