What we do

Green Foundation Ireland hosts seminars, workshops and conferences which aim to demonstrate how practical action can bring about positive change towards sustainability. Dealing with the biodiversity and climate change crisis is a cultural as well as a political challenge that depends on shifting values, education and active citizenship.

GFI aims to create an ecologically literate Ireland which would be a sustainable society that does not destroy the natural environment on which they depend and understand how nature sustains life. Meeting the biodiversity and climate change crisis is not only an environmental challenge, but also a cultural and political one that requires environmental education and active citizenship. GFI advocates for policy change that would create a sustainable society in Ireland, and we also engage with public consultations on the environment.

ACTIVE
CITIZENSHIP

ADVOCACY
AND POLICY

ALL OUR
EVENTS

BIODIVERSITY

CIRCULAR
ECONOMY

CLIMATE
CHANGE

ECO EYE

EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY

FOOD AND
FARMING

GREEN EUROPEAN
JOURNAL

GREEN
VALUES