Don’t Mow Let it Grow – Free Zoom Webinar

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Don’t Mow, Let It Grow is an exciting project which focuses on the management of road verges and amenity grasslands across the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council area. This free Zoom webinar will take place on 11th June.

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It looks at different ways of managing these areas to show how small changes in management give big benefits to biodiversity and ecosystem services.

Join Rachel Bain, Biodiversity Officer, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council to find out about the surprising and beautiful results of making simple changes to how we manage nature.

The Zoom Webinar takes place on June 11, 2020 08:00 PM

This will be hosted by Limerick City and County Council and is a European Green Leaf 2020 event.

To register for this webinar:

European Green Leaf 2020 Background

To underpin the work of creating an ever-better environment for European citizens, the EU adopted the 7th Environment Action Programme (7th EAP) entitled “Living well, within the limits of our planet”. It provides the basis for EU environment policy up to 2020. This programme aims to enhance Europe’s ecological resilience and transform the EU into an inclusive and sustainable green economy.

The 7th EAP includes a specific policy objective “To enhance the sustainability of EU cities”. It foresees that the EU will promote and expand existing initiatives that support innovation and best practices in cities, enabling better networking and exchanges between cities and encouraging the leading ones to show how they lead on sustainable urban development.

The European Green Capital Award (EGCA) launched in 2008, is one such initiative. Following its success, many smaller cities seek EU recognition of their effort and commitment in the areas of sustainability & environment. In response, the European Commission launched the European Green Leaf Award.

Read more here.

Gemma Creagh

22 Innovative Projects to be Funded under Human Capital Initiative
Online MA in Digital Cultures at University College Cork


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