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BioBlitz at ATU highlights importance of urban habitats

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A BioBlitz survey of Atlantic Technological University’s main Galway campus has revealed a huge array of biodiversity, with participants recording a total of 128 species in one hour at the Old Dublin Road facility.

‘Business for Biodiversity’ platform to help businesses take strategic action

Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform Malcolm Noonan TD and Minister of State for Land-Use & Biodiversity, Senator Pippa Hackett, have encouraged businesses to sign up to Business for Biodiversity, a new platform to guide them in taking action to tackle the biodiversity crisis.

Step into the local wild for Biodiversity Week

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Step into the wild with Friends of Merlin Woods for Biodiversity week May 14-22Friends of Merlin Woods with a whole host of individuals and organisations, will create an immersive and nature awareness experience in the wild urban oasis.

Monksfield property features an abundance of living space and is the ideal starter residence

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Mayo PPN community groups commended in showcasing Climate Action and Biodiversity

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Environmental community groups across the county were recently featured in a new online video series, which attracted thousands of viewers from across the world.

Climate and biodiversity motion to be debated by councillors in April

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A motion proposing that 'Galway City Council declare a Climate and Biodiversity Emergency' will be debated next month.

Biodiversity Week goes virtual

Biodiversity Week takes place from May 22 to 29, and many Galway events will take place online during this year’s celebration of nature.

Bats, biodiversity and business dominate Monday’s oral hearing

The importance of biodiversity, business, and bats dominated the opening of the second week of the An Bord Pleanala oral hearing into the proposed Galway City Ring Road (GCRR), held at the g Hotel.

Nolan accuses council of harming wildlife in South Park

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The Galway City Council has been criticised for removing wild vegetation in South Park, with one local election candidate accusing City Hall of "breaking its biodiversity commitments" in its own Galway City Biodiversity Action Plan 2014-2024.


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