Green Foundation Ireland
OUR MOST RECENT EVENT:
WEBINAR and PAMPHLET LAUNCH
Practicing Food Sovereignty in the Climate Emergency
Tues 19 Oct 2021 – 15:30 to 17:00 (Irish time)
by Zoom (log-on details will be issued nearer the time to those who register)
Green European Foundation, with the support of Green Foundation Ireland and Cultivate, invite you to participate in an online webinar ‘Practicing Food Sovereignty in the Climate Emergency’ and a pamphlet launch ‘Food Sovereignty, Climate Action and Local Resilience’.
Our speakers include –
Lisa Fingleton (Artist, grower, writer and film-maker based on an organic farm on the Wild Atlantic Way);
Judith Hitchman (Food sovereignty activist, and currently President of URGENCI);
Bridget Murphy (Regenerative hill farmer in County Sligo, and Core Group member of Talamh Beo);
Ewa Sufin-Jacquemart (Director of Fundacja Strefa Zieleni, the Green Polish foundation); and
Thomas Waitz (Austrian MEP, organic farmer, beekeeper and forester).
You can check out more details, including how to book, here
EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (ESD) IN LEAVING CERTIFICATE EXAMINATIONS, 2015 to 2020
This analysis of the level of Education for Sustainable Development topics in the Leaving Certificate examinations was updated by CIARAN MONAHAN on behalf of Green Foundation Ireland in June 2021 and now includes the years from 2015 to 2020 inclusive.
You can read Ciaran’s analysis here
WHAT WE DO
Green Foundation Ireland hosts seminars, workshops and conferences to demonstrate how practical action can create systems change in both education for sustainability, and work towards a green economy and society. We work on local and Island of Ireland projects and with partners in Scotland, England and Wales, and the European mainland.
RESOURCES FOR ECOLOGICAL EDUCATION
In association with Green European Foundation, GFI publishes eco literature, both online and hardcopy, and circulates the European Green Journal. The Eco Eye programmes, hosted by GFI’s Director and former Chair Duncan Stewart, are available courtesy of Duncan. All of the above can be found in the Resources Section of our website.
VALUES AND VISION
GFI has a vision of ecology that values the life of all creatures on our planetary home and is embodied in practical action for a sustainable life for all.
We encourage participation by people and communities in finding practical local responses to intractable problems.
We tell stories of resilience and change in the face of adversity, based on good science and community action.