Our visual brand identity and a scientific report are now included in the 100 Archive, a living record of Irish communication design.
Ireland can save its ocean biodiversity by spending approximately €55 million between 2024 and 2030.
The new legislation must include our key asks and recommendations if it is to actually deliver on restoring our native species and habitats while providing essential benefits to society.
This legal guide will complement the recently published scientific report “Revitalising our Seas” and help steer the conversation about marine protected areas in Ireland amongst all stakeholders.
Fair Seas has signed the European Mission “Restore our Ocean and Waters by 2030” which brings together member states, regions and a wide range of stakeholders with the common goal of making our oceans healthy again
The new law will set legally binding targets for nature restoration both on land and at sea.
The research shows that 31% of people believe that Irish seas are healthy and that 67% of people believe the health of Irish seas has worsened in the past ten years.
Yesterday saw the publication of a new proposal from the European Union for a Nature Restoration Law. The new law will set legally binding targets for nature restoration both on land and at sea.
FAIR SEAS LAUNCH NEW VIDEO AND VISIT ONE OF EUROPE’S RAREST BREEDING SEABIRDS Boat trip to Rockabill highlights new report on Marine Protected Areas.