EcoActive host WomensInspire Twitter Chat

Last night we had the pleasure of hosting the #Womensinspire Twitter chat with

It was an hour of interacting with people from all over the world to share the events our members offer. There were 4 main questions that we focused on:

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EcoActiveEvents promotes tour guides, foragers, adventure providers, workshops, accommodation providers, food trails, greenways, festivals.. Members join for a small monthly fee to be added and shared across social media on a weekly basis.

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CCEN / VISUAL Environmental Film Festival

Press Release – CCEN / VISUAL Environmental Film Festival

Introducing the CCEN / VISUAL Environmental Film Festival

Carlow County Environmental Network present their first Environmental Film festival in association with VISUAL Carlow.  Running on the third Wednesday of the month these free film nights will begin with ‘Home’ on the 19th of February at 7pm.

The County Carlow Environmental Network are delighted to announce their first (and hopefully annual) Environmental Film Festival at the VISUAL Carlow.  Over the course of four evenings spread over four months the aim of the festival is to inform and empower the Carlow community to act on environmental issues which affect us all.  

Running on the third Wednesday of the month from February to May, each evening will introduce a separate theme dealing with various aspects of current environmental issues.  The films have been carefully selected for their uplifting, solution- focused, and informative stories.  We begin with ‘Home’ on the 19th of February which introduces us to our planet from the air and gives an overview of some of the issues affecting it.  On the 18th of March River Blue shows us the impact of fast fashion following river advocate Mark Angelo as he paddles around some of the most beautiful- and polluted- rivers in the world.  On the 15th of April, just in time for Spring Clean Month our film is Closing the Loop which presents solutions to our waste problems.  On our final evening, May 20th we will show two films. A Drop in the Ocean is produced by Irish aid organisation Trocaire, and gives an Irish perspective of Climate Change.  The Race is On outlines some solutions to this globally and reminds us that the power is with us to change things. 

Entrance on the evenings is free.  Films are suitable for all ages and all are welcome. 

The VISUAL Carlow is wheelchair and buggy accessible.  There will be refreshments available on the night and prizes to be won.  Expected runtime is 7-9pm each night.  If coming as a group of more that 10 please contact us so that we can make accommodations for you in the theatre. 

The CCEN is a voluntary organisation that aims to empower the communities of Carlow town and county to take action in tackling current environmental issues through simple, positive actions.  We meet on the first Tuesday of every month at An Gairdín Beo in Carlow Town at 7pm.  New members are always welcome. 
Contact us::
Facebook: @CarlowEnvironmentalNetwork

Polly Higgins – Stop Ecocide Become An Earth Protector

On April 22nd 2019 – Polly Higgins, one of the most inspiring figures in the green movement, died aged 50. For those who don’t know of Polly she dedicated her life to finding a way to create a legal duty of care for the Earth with the aim to impose a legal duty on governments to protect the public from dangerous industrial practices.

Right now, ecocide (destroying the Earth) is legally permitted.
Help us make it a crime.
There is nothing more powerful you can do with two minutes and a fiver. Visit to sign up.

ECOCIDE is serious loss, damage or destruction of ecosystems, and includes climate and cultural damage.
We believe ECOCIDE should be recognised as an atrocity crime at the International Criminal Court – alongside Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity. ~

Shortlisted for Blog Awards

Janey Mack!

I am delighted to have been shortlisted for the Blog Awards Ireland 2014 “Best Eco / Green Blog” sponsored by ESB ECars.
It’s lovely to be included with so many really great bloggers!
Thanks to all involved 🙂

The Blog Awards Ireland celebrates the best in Irish blogging by creating 32 categories which offer plenty of scope for bloggers.  The event will provide a night of good craic and celebration as quality writing is rewarded and online friends meet up offline.

The awards will take place in the Westgrove Hotel in Clane, Co. Kildare on Saturday 4th October 2014.  There will be a dinner and entertainment.

EAI in CARA Magazine

EAI in Aer Lingus’ Inflight CARA Magazine

eai cara featureWe were delighted to be contacted by CARA magazine recently with regard to being included on a New Years Walks feature.
We have a Sunrise Walk on New Years Day and an Afternoon walk details of which can be seen here >>
Since publishing we have even more festive fun which readers of CARA magazine can find upon viewing our upcoming events here >>
Our Blackstairs walk with Mary White is featured on page 18 and this edition of CARA also includes a lovely write up abut the Burren in Co Clare which I happened to visit last weekend.
You can view the article here on page 18 >>
Thank you to CARA and Merry Christmas to all who are home or visiting for Christmas 🙂

Darina Allen, Brooklodge, Foraging And Us!

click to view articleEco Active Foraging Events

Delighted to see ourselves mentioned in the recent Mail on Sunday piece by Warren Swords on the popularity of Foraging in Ireland, especially alongside such luminaries as Darina Allen and Evan Doyle 🙂
Also worth noting that the Wild and Wicklow Food Festival will take place at the Brooklodge and Macreddin Village on November 16.
Have a read yourself here >>