Local Environmental Networks (LENs) are made up of individuals with interests in a wide range of environmental issues. They provide a central hub around which people from a given county can gather, discuss projects, ask for help, create change and become involved in their local Public Participation Network.
All around the country LENs are being used to bring people together, create meaningful projects for the local community and impact the wider surroundings.
Some LENs are very active, with regular meetings, a range of projects on the go and an online presence. Some consist of a Facebook group and a monthly newsletter. Others are still very young; a mailing list of interested individuals. These groups are waiting for the right people to spur them on to greater things. There is huge possibility to do great things in your community and they are fantastic fun to be involved in.
Search the list for your LEN. Depending on how active your LEN is, the links will either take you to your county’s LEN page where you can contact them directly, or will ask you to get in touch via the contact form at the bottom of this page.
The Carlow Environmental Network is young and growing. They have a new Facebook group where you can share ideas, experiences and actions with others in Carlow. Keep up to date on events through their Facebook page or email email@example.com. If you do not use Facebook please sign up to the mailing list using the contact form below to be kept up to date about upcoming meetings.
The Cavan Environmental Network is very active in the Cavan Public Participation Network. If you would like to get involved, please email Daniel Downey at firstname.lastname@example.org, who can put you in touch with the Cavan Environmental Network.
Clare Environmental Network CEN raises awareness of sustainable development and policy. CEN contributes to national and local development policy.
Cork Environmental Forum provides a forum to engage in debate on current environmental issues and seeks agreement on ways of resolving them. CEF stimulates and sustains the level of active environmental awareness, concern, care and activity among people in Cork. CEF participates in relevant networks which assist in fostering, promoting and implementing sustainable development.
Donegal Environmental Network is a page created to raise awareness on sustainable development and policy that has environmental significance in Donegal.
This group provides a platform to connect all the environmental groups and individuals in Dublin. We hope that through this group you can connect with more people in your community and together we can work to make a sustainable county. Find them on Facebook, sign up to their newsletter, or email email@example.com.
The South Dublin Environmental Network is young and growing. If you are interested in getting involved or staying up to date on its progress, please provide an email using the contact form at the bottom of this page. We will contact you with updates on the group.
The Fingal Environmental Network has a Facebook group where you can keep up to date on environmental events in the area. You can use the group to share green events and volunteer opportunities, ask for advice or share environmental information. Join in to keep informed and get active in creating a sustainable future! Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The DLR Environmental Network has an online platform where you can keep up to date on environmental events in the area. You can use the group to share green events and volunteer opportunities, ask for advice or share environmental information. Join in to keep informed and get active in creating a sustainable future! Their next meeting will be on January 10th 2019. Email email@example.com for more information.
The Galway Environmental Network is young and growing. If you are interested in getting involved or staying up to date on its progress, please provide an email using the contact form at the bottom of this page. We will contact you with updates on the group. You can also contact Galway City EN for more information.
The Galway City Environmental Network is made up of individuals with environmental interests from many different backgrounds. Sign up to the mailing list for updates. To find out more please contact the group at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kerry Climate Action Network had their first meeting in January 2019, with a huge interest and turnout from the county, including representatives from groups such as Transition Kerry, Tralee Bee Highway, Siamsa Tíre and more. They have many actions already being planned. Get in touch with them at email@example.com.
Kildare Environmental Network (KEEN) is an environmental NGO which raises awareness and participates in public policy as part of the Environmental Pillar. Follow their Facebook page for updates or call 087 994 0758.
This is a new Facebook page to help environmental groups and like-minded individuals work together as part of Co. Kilkenny’s PPN.
LEAF – Laois Environmental Action Forum. To raise awareness, network and support all things environmental and sustainable in Laois through connecting, educating and supporting.
The Leitrim Environmental Network is working to connect everyone in Leitrim, and host events that are pertinent to the local area and further afield. You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org, and follow them on Facebook here.
The Limerick Environmental Network is young and growing. There is now a new Facebook group through which you can keep up to date on events, gatherings and activities. Join up here to engage with others in Limerick.
Longford Environmental Alliance (LEA) is a voluntary group whose aims are to raise awareness of environmental issues in Co. Longford.
The Louth Environmental Network has just begun! You can contact them at Louthenvironmentalnetwork@gmail.com, or check out their Facebook page where you can keep informed about environmental issues and events in Louth. Their members are also active on the Louth Public Participation Network, so there’s lots of opportunity to get involved.
Keep up to date on the activities of Mayo Environmental Network through their Facebook page. You can also contact the group directly by emailing email@example.com.
The Meath Environmental Network is very active in the county. They meet once a month to discuss issues and work with the Meath PPN. You can get in touch through their Facebook page, or use the contact form at the bottom of the page.
Transition Monaghan acts as the Local Environmental Network for the county. They are involved in many local projects and are a member of their Public Participation Network. They always welcome new members. You can see their website for all contact info: www.transitionmonaghan.org
Green Offaly is the network for Offaly. This Sustainable Development Trust is community owned and operated. They run training, events and more. If you would like to get involved or learn more please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Roscommon Environmental Network is young and growing. You can keep up to date and contact them through their new Facebook page. If you don’t use Facebook, you can provide an email address using the contact form at the bottom of this page. We will contact you with updates on the group.
Sligo Environmental Network has a Facebook group where you can share ideas, experiences and actions with others in Sligo. Keep up to date on events through their Facebook page, or contact them at email@example.com.
The Tipperary Environmental Network is housed at the Cabragh Wetlands Trust, with members from all over the county. This is located at the heart of Tipperary and is a meeting point for many environmental activists from the area. To get involved contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Waterford Environmental Network is young and growing. If you are interested in getting involved or staying up to date on its progress, please provide an email using the contact form at the bottom of this page. We will contact you with updates on the group.
The Westmeath Environmental Climate Action Network (WECAN) can be contacted at email@example.com. It is open to anyone with an interest in environmental and sustainability issues. Get in touch to get involved.
The Wexford Environmental Network is young and growing. They have a new Facebook group where you can speak with others in Wexford, and a Facebook page where you can keep up to date on green events and more in the county.
In Wicklow there are two Networks; the Wicklow Environmental Network and the North Wicklow Environmental Network. If you are interested in getting involved or staying up to date on its progress, please email Helen Howes at firstname.lastname@example.org.