Biodiversity is defined as the variety of plant and animal life in the world or in a particular habitat, a high level of which is usually considered to be important and desirable.



CELT call for a complete ban on the use of cypermethrin in Ireland

The health of the environment in Ireland is of the utmost importance regarding the continued good health of the people, animals, birds and plants that inhabit this island and is directly related to the economy which is highly dependent upon agriculture and tourism.  The use of toxic chemicals is to be avoided at all cost if Ireland is to maintain its status as a clean, green and healthy place to live or to do business with.

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Community Native Woodland Project

CELT were commissioned to make a sign for Mooghaun heritage site in Co Clare. Andrew and Bob completed a biodiversity surveying day with local schools. Read the full report here.

This project is a first step in a much bigger idea to reconnect remnant native woodlands throughout the region which were once part of the Great Forest of Aughty covering thousands of sq kilometres along the western side of Lough Derg (River Shannon) and stretching across East Clare and South Galway to the edge of The Burren.  CELT and Woodland League are encouraging landowners in the region to plant more native trees and be a part of this exciting new initiative.

All Ireland Pride of Place Awards

Celt entered the Pride of Place awards in 2014 under the Eco Initiative Catergory and came placed as a runner up. You can read more about the awards here




To learn about our biodiversity projects with schools, visit the Schools page.

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