Leave No Trace, Annual Report 2018

Gort Woods, Galway

Leave No Trace Ireland is Ireland’s official outdoor ethics programme for all private and public lands and waters across the island of Ireland. Managed effectively, outdoor recreation on our countryside and waterways deliver significant economic, social, health and wellbeing benefits to the Irish people. The increased popularity of outdoor recreation in Ireland brings a requirement to effectively manage Ireland’s most sensitive habitats. Leave No Trace Ireland is central to achieving conservation of our countryside in a cost effective way through our national outdoor ethics programme. This Annual Report demonstrates how we deliver a world-class outdoor ethics programme across the island of Ireland. Our organisation is committed to protecting the land and water resources across the island of Ireland, building and protecting our existing recreational resources, which is worth in excess of €1.5 billion per year to the national economy.


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Written by IOLN admins

The Irish Ocean Literacy Network (IOLN) aims to bring together relevant institutes, agencies, researchers, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), non-governmental organisations (NGOs), individuals and educators who are working towards the vision of “achieving an ocean literate society across the island of Ireland”.

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