To Inform, Inspire and Enable Transition Year Students on Environmental Issues

Operating as usual


New Primary School Pilot for Galway schools
Training for teachers starting 8th of June.
More details...coming soon!


Great Self Publishing workshop with Norah Deay, Portlaoise. I also did her creative writing course. Would highly recommend it. Thank you Norah!

Photos from EcoEd4All's post 14/03/2023

Use, Reuse, Recyle - Way to Go SVDP in Portlaoise. Beautiful layout in shop, clean and happy, staff! Not to mention all the fab clothes.


Duncan Stewart
Environmentalist and activist Duncan Stewart talks about the end of Eco Eye and what we need to do to help our young people prepare for and combat a changing world.

Photos from EcoEd4All's post 01/02/2023

EcoEd4All had a super morning with Transition Year students in Coláiste Iognáid this week. The students were all awarded their Eco Advocate Awards after completing a half-day session of place-based learning out along the biodiverse-rich banks of the River Corrib. The field trip comprised students having to undertake habitat assessments, biodiversity data capture, water sampling tests, and then presenting their findings to the wider group in the newly established outdoor classroom at The Boathouse, Corrib Village.

The Transition Year students have also been offered the opportunity to become involved with an exciting EU Erasmus+ project, called Watersport4Green. This will involve selected TY students measuring and testing water quality and assessing the sources of and impacts of pollution in several key locations around the Corrib. This project will be run in collaboration with project partners from Italy and Portugal who will also be assessing their own waterbodies and compiling a digital project of their findings together with our Corrib Catchment findings.

A sincere thanks to LAWPRO, Local Authorities Water Programme for all their support with the Eco Advocates program.
Jen Cunningham


All Island Schools 4 Climate Action conference in Belfast, 1st February with panellists Duncan Stewart and JacintaHamley talking to students.


Galway community projects were honoured at the the all-Ireland Pride of Place community awards on Monday evening (May 16 ) in Killarney. Congratulations Brendan Smith!

Tuatha of Terryland Forest Park, Galway, winners of the Pride of Place, Creative Place Initiative, with Tom Dowling, chairperson of Pride of Place, left and Cathaoirleach Kerry County Council, Jimmy Moloney. Pride of Place, is an all-island competition that acknowledges the work that communities are doing across the island of Ireland. The competition focus is about people coming together to shape, change and improve daily lives in their communities. Photo: Valerie O'Sullivan

Co-operation Ireland on Twitter 12/05/2022

Damien Nee, facilitator at Strong Together conference on the 30th April in Dublin City Centre.

Co-operation Ireland on Twitter “Eco expert Damien Nee of facilitating climate action discussion with our participants at ”

Duncan Stewart launches ‘timely and important’ resource for teaching climate change created by MIC academics | Mary Immaculate College 02/05/2022

Duncan Stewart launches ‘timely and important’ resource for teaching climate change created by MIC academics | Mary Immaculate College News Duncan Stewart launches ‘timely and important’ resource for teaching climate change created by MIC academics 22 Apr 2022 Leading Irish environmentalist and media personality Duncan Stewart was at Mary Immaculate College (MIC) on Thursday to launch a new resource for teaching climate change ...


Last Friday: All-Island Schools 4 Climate Action talk with EcoEd4All & Eco Eye TV environmental expert Duncan Stewart, during a visit to St. Mary's College, Arklow. 🌍
Students discussed their research from the Circular Economy course on Alison - Free Empowerment Platform including single-use plastics, fast fashion, and sustainable food.
We also met with local Cllr Peir Leonard Independent to discuss in the community!

Photos from EcoEd4All's post 03/02/2022

Spring into action all Transition Year coordinators and be sure to give your students an unique field trip experience this year, for further enquiries and bookings, contact Jen Cunningham on 087 7660818 or [email protected]


Tree in Kindlestown Woods, Wicklow. Mesmorising.

Be Curious 2021 Highlights 02/01/2022

Great website I came across this morning. Be Curious - Leeds University.

Be Curious 2021 Highlights 〰️Be Curious is the University of Leeds' annual research open event, which aims to showcase how research at Leeds is making a world of difference to people’s...


Thanks to all teachers and students for your support in 2021. Wishing You a Happy Christmas. The EcoEd4All Team.

Photos from EcoEd4All's post 09/12/2021

Become an Eco Advocate (an EcoEd4All initiative)


All-island Schools 4 Climate Action Project Overview


New exciting initiative - All-island Schools 4 Climate Action


Thanks to teacher, Ms Karen Stenson, for sharing her experience using EcoEd4All course material at Feilte 2021.


Great talk by Roddy Doyle at Feilte 2021. Very funny and insightful.


Duck family on the lake in the Wicklow mountains.


Great day in Malahide Castle gardens and butterfly house.


Nothing like a Sunday morning bakewell, cappuccino and notepad to inspire creative thoughts. Noshington, D8.


Dunmore Woods Durrow. Beautiful walk on a beautiful day.

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EcoEd 4 All promotes an evidence based understanding of all aspects of climate change and biodiversity which includes all major environmental pressures and their solutions at a global and national level in Ireland. As this website cannot address issues that are most relevant to all local areas (rural/urban), this information needs to relate to the issues that concern each local area, relevant to each school, local community and sector of society.

To address these major environmental issues that are unfolding, we believe that environmental education is at the core of mitigating these pressures. Where teachers, community champions and environmental NGOs should be enabled to be inspired to take a leading role.

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