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BIODIVERSITY WEEK with Easy Treesie, The Tree Council & friends!
You’re invited to our Online Webinars, links on Tree Council of Ireland website
Earth Day: 55 reasons to be hopeful for our future, by Michael D Higgins, Colm O’Regan, Ella McSweeney, Manchán Magan and many more . . . – The Irish Times
This was our update back in November 2022…
Thanks to all our tree planters and supporters! NEWS November 2022; If we didn’t get to you this year yet, it’s because we are lining up planting for the 2022-2023 season, prioritising our waiting list from last season. (Once again we had a large waiting list of communities wishing to plant. ) We are aContinue reading “This was our update back in November 2022…”
The TREEU -velution; join the pledge!
Information on how to join the pledge –The #3BillionTrees Pledge – European Commission (europa.eu)
Carbon Farming…call for input…
Call for input: carbon farming methodologies As preparation for the meeting on carbon farming methodologies (21 and 22 June 2023), DG CLIMA has launched a survey to obtain a comprehensive overview of existing certification methodologies for carbon farming practices along the QU.A.L.ITY criteria (QUantification, Additionality, Long-term storage, and Sustainability). We are seeking responses from playersContinue reading “Carbon Farming…call for input…”
New EU Guidelines Webinar… and Planting in Cork , April 20 2023
Invitation to a #webinar concerning the new EU Afforestation, Reforestation and Tree Planting Guidelines . It’s all go, we’re planting in Cork that day, by the magic of the internet we can do both…serially of course… https://events.teams.microsoft.com/event/86bdb82c-cc82-4127-9ca8-bd7677ba41b7@3c6af27b-5526-4b71-983f-bcaca8bf2b0b
Watch “Plant-for-the-Planet Initiative: The Trillion Tree Campaign” on YouTube
How is the trillion tree programme going with the World Economic Forum
https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/01/one-trillion-trees-world-economic-forum-launches-plan-to-help-nature-and-the-climate/ We love this ambition. Come on Ireland! The children are over the 350k trees planted mark now…what about our other sectors?