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Making a splash in 2015!

It’s our Water Explorers programme 1st birthday and we’re taking a look back on the first year and celebrating all that was achieved in 2015! After a successful launch in January 2015, the inspiring and empowering programme led 6,572 Irish Water Explorers on 4 missions to rescue our waterful world by taking action on Precious Water, […]

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Accenture Digital Media Awards finalists

Global Action Plan Ireland have been selected as finalists for the 2016 Accenture Digital Media Awards! We are delighted to be finalists for the Best Public Life category for our Water Explorer programme!

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Small actions – big impact!

It’s coming close to the end of the year, but for us here at GAP we’re looking back at the last 3 years as our CELLS project comes to a close. As you can see from the fantastic results, the outcomes of the Green Living Programme will continue every year. We’d like to say a […]

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Our new Park Steward recruits

St Josephs senior school in Ballymun celebrated the completion of the Park Stewardship programme last week. They were joined by former pupil of the school John Lyons T.D.​ The newly accredited Park Stewards wasted no time in regaling John with all they have accomplished over the past ten weeks – including collecting litter in Balcurris […]

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Waste less this Christmas

11 participants from Poppintree Environmental completed GAP’s ‪#‎CELLSeu‬ Green Living Programme last week in Sillogue Neighbourhood Centre in Ballymun. Waste‬ was the topic of choice with some of the participants pledging to start up a compost bin, reduce the plastic packaging they buy when shopping over the Christmas period and to source food waste boxes!   CELLS – This project has been […]

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Pedalling up a smoothie

GAP’s new Smoothie bike is always popular on the ‪#‎CELLSeu‬ ‪Green Living Programme – check out these pictures from an energy session we delivered in the Solas Development Centre in Ballymun recently. Over 30 ladies of all ages pedalled up some tasty smoothies using their own energy! CELLS – This project has been funded with support from the […]

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