Our visual brand identity and a scientific report are now included in the 100 Archive, a living record of Irish communication design.
The majority of the people of Ireland are aware of the deterioration ocean health and want more efforts to protect marine life.
Ireland has been summoned to the European Court of Justice due to its persistent failure to meet its obligations under the Habitats Directive and properly designate Special Areas of Conservation (SACs).
One of the last strongholds of this species is Tralee Bay off the west coast of Ireland. We now have the chance to work hand-in-hand with the communities of Tralee Bay to safeguard one of the last remaining refuges for angel sharks.
There are at least 14 different species of cetacean had been recorded within the Greater Skellig Coast Hope Spot.
Several member states reacted positively to the proposed law with some even calling for more ambitious targets to restore nature. However, Ireland’s reaction was not so positive.
Fair Seas welcomed the opportunity to respond to the NBAP public consultation and agreed with Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform, Malcolm Noonan in his foreword that a successful plan ‘will set the national biodiversity agenda for the period 2023-2027 and aims to deliver the transformative changes required to the ways in which we value and protect nature’.