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Coillte and the Environmental Education Unit of An Taisce Announce the Delivery of Six Outdoor Based Forest Classrooms

You Better Be-Leaf It Coillte and the Environmental Education Unit of An Taisce Announce the Delivery of Six Outdoor Based Forest Classrooms Tuesday, 1st February 2022 Coillte and the Environmental Education Unit (EEU) of An Taisce are delighted to announce the delivery of six new An Choill Bheags (little woodlands) in primary and secondary schools across &hellip

Coillte are proud to announce a new partnership with The Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities

The TCPID, which sits within the School of Education at Trinity College Dublin, aims to promote the inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in education and society. The core mission of the TCPID is to address the significant educational and societal barriers experienced by people with intellectual disabilities through the provision of an innovative high-quality &hellip

Trinity, UCD and Coillte team up to examine multiple benefits of forests and enhance sustainable management of woodlands

Trinity, UCD and Coillte team up to examine multiple benefits of forests and enhance sustainable management of woodlands Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, has launched the FOR-ES research project, which will look to co-develop tools for sustainable forestry management decision-making. FOR-ES is led by Trinity College Dublin, in collaboration with UCD &hellip

Over 200,000 acres (20%) of the nation’s forests devoted to biodiversity but vast majority of adults don’t know this

Almost half the population is aware the previously endangered red squirrel has made a comeback in the past two decades 4 in 5 adults don’t know woodpeckers have been living in Irish forests for over a decade   18 October, 2021 A Coillte commissioned RED C poll* reveals that 87% of Irish adults don’t know &hellip

85% of Irish adults are concerned about the implications of global warming for the country and its people

  85% of Irish adults are concerned about the implications of global warming for the country and its people Over 9/10 adults believe trees clean the air we breathe and help lower global temperatures  The vast majority of adults agree we need to grow more trees and increase forestry cover to combat global warming   &hellip