Eco Advocacy

Truth | Justice | Awareness | Sustainabilty


What We Do

What we try to do at Eco Advocacy

We support environmental sustainability in numerous ways.

  1. LECTURES: We offer training on issues such as Biodiversity, Invasive Species and environmental/ planning law. All groups benefit from this training and we conduct training at schools (primary and secondary), tidy downs and other community groups.
  2. PLANNING: We look at planning proposals and form an opinion as to whether they will adversely affect the environment and assist in preparing a submission thereon.
  3. ENFORCEMENT: We are always anxious to help people with enforcement issues which often occur having regard to environmental and planning issues.

We try to help and share our experience with other N.G.O.'s together with concerned citizens and organisations.

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Legislative Reform

The principle tenant of policy objectives going forward must be driven by sustainability. All stakeholders will need to be included in order to foster democratic debate and obtain sufficient support for policies. This will included political, economic, sectoral and the public at large.

Significant reform is required in the planning sector. Here are just some points from a list of over 40 separate areas in need of reform.

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Human Rights

Human Rights are generally accepted as being inalienable fundamental rights that a person is born with and seek to afford a person dignity and equality and forms the bases for freedom, justice and peace. The concept gathered pace after the Second World War, culminating in the declaration adopted by the United General Assembly on 10th December 1948 at Palais de Chaillot, Paris.

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Eco Advocacy is a member of the Irish Environmental Network and is part funded by the IEN.


For more information on the IEN, please visit

Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment logo

Eco Advocacy is part funded by the Deptartment of Communications,
Climate Action and Environment.


You can find more about the department here: Dept. Comms, Climate Action and Environment