News & Events Archive
Up to 100 primary school teachers from Galway, Kerry, Waterford, and Dublin took to the beaches in the first week of July (1st – 5th), joining the wave of formal educators aro
11 July 2019 marked the conclusion of a specialist programme being held in Dublin aimed at taking young Irish based aquaculture businesses to the next level.
The Marine Institute Coordinated Eurofleets+ project today launched its first access programme; Eurofleets+ Ship-time and marine Equipment Application (SEA-Programme) Call OCEANS.
Minister Creed Launches Public Consultation on Draft Climate Change Adaptation Plan for the Agriculture, Forest and Seafood Sector
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed T.D., and the Minister for State, Andrew Doyle T.D., today launched a public consultation process on a draft Climate Change Adaptati
"Not one nation in the world is living sustainably, and we, collectively, are not getting the job done” according to Former US Secretary of State John Kerry who provided the keynote addres
The Wild Atlantic Way is this week awash with influential media from across the globe, as they undertake a tailored itinerary to learn more about the Wild Atlantic Way and Mayo. The overseas media
Climate Action Plan to Tackle Climate Breakdown launches
Public Consultation on the Draft Climate Change Sectoral Adaptation Plan for Water Quality and Water Services Infrastructure
Mr. Eoghan Murphy T.D.
Speaking at the Our Ocean Wealth in Cork the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Mr Simon Coveney T.D.
Members of the Irish fishing sector met with harbour masters, net producers and with representatives from recycling companies and government officials in Cork on Tuesday 11th June, 2019