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Sustainable Projects Ireland is pleased to announce they have been awarded funding under the Community Climate Action Programme: Climate Education, Capacity Building and Learning by Doing (Strand 2) funded by the Government of Ireland through the Department of Environment Climate and Communications.

The project is entitled ‘Catalysing Change – Creating Centres of Excellence for Community Climate Action’

The purpose of the project is, through peer learning, to develop best practice approaches and resources for place-based sustainability education Centres, in demonstrating the actions needed for communities to transition to a low carbon society.  The project will explore themes ranging from building diversity to how we connect with and serve our wider communities to the importance of our native language to access deeper knowledge of our localities.

This collaborative project has been developed in partnership with Sonairte – the National Ecology Cenre, the Burren College of Art and Carraig Dúlra Organic and Permaculture Farm. The main aim and outcome of the project will be to compare and contrast strengths within our organisations, to learn from each other’s best practices and document that learning for others to follow.


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