Some links to other relevant websites – Eco-Congregation in England and Wales – Eco-Congregation in Scotland – The multi-denominational Christian organisation for people concerned about the environment – The Northern Ireland Environment Link (NIEL) is a body of organisations in Northern Ireland with a particular interest in the environment – The website of St Molua’s, Stormont, the first church in Ireland to receive the Eco Congregation Award. – The Conservation Foundation was established to provide the means for people in public, private and not-for-profit organisations to collaborate on environmental issues. – This site contains help and advice on all aspects of recycling at home, at school and in the workplace. Click on the schools section. There is a list of activities for 5-11 year olds and 11-16 year olds, ranging from rubbish reviews to recycling symbols. – Eco Schools is an international programme for environmental education that is implemented in several countries throughout Europe, Africa, South America and Asia. There is a section on Ireland and the UK. – A Rocha is an international conservation organisation working to show God’s love for creation.

DAERA – The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs NI. – The website of the Environmental Protection Agency, Ireland’s statutory body for the sustainable protection of the environment. – The website of the National Trust for Ireland. An Taisce is Ireland’s largest independent environmental charity. – The National Trust for England, Wales and Northern Ireland. – ENFO collects and maintains comprehensive information on all aspects of the environment and sustainable development. This information is made available to all. – Ireland’s environmental education and youth organisation, developing programmes of events, activities and workshops to raise young people’s awareness of our environment. – The European Christian Environmental Network enables churches and Christian groups to get involved in environmental work. – Churches Together in Britain and Ireland. – The Global Footprints project seeks to explore ways in which schools can examine, measure and reduce their impact on the environment. Our own global footprints are the impact we have on the environment. – Friends of the Earth, inspiring solutions for people and the planet – Stop Climate Chaos believe that civil society organisations – environment and development groups, faith groups, humanitarian organisations, women’s groups, trade unions and many others – are in a unique position to mobilise public concern, and through this the necessary political action, to stop climate chaos. – the largest network of Green industry careers websites in Ireland.