For over 20 years, Environment Ireland® has been the leading forum for key stakeholders across the Irish environment sector to come together to discuss and debate the major issues. Its flagship Annual Environment Ireland conference is the main environment conference on the island of Ireland and has welcomed visiting speakers from around the globe. Its leading publication the Environment Ireland® Yearbook provides senior managers across the sector with content on the changes seen in the sector.

Environment Ireland® events

Environment Ireland® is the main conference in the Irish environment sector calendar. It is a two-day, multi-stream conference which allows scope for focused sessions and is the optimal structure for maximum discussion and debate. The conference is all-island in its context and seeks to examine the latest developments across all the sectors within the Irish environment – including climate, biodiversity, circular economy, public health, planning and water.

Organised by Environment Ireland®, the Irish Climate Summit is an all-island conference focusing on Irish climate action and is attended by a senior audience of over 200 attendees. The impacts of climate change are becoming increasingly evident, both in Ireland and internationally. The Irish Climate Summit takes stock of Ireland’s progress towards achieving its climate ambitions and discusses the future outlook.

In addition to these two main annual events, Environment Ireland® also delivers a number of focused events throughout the year, ranging from half day seminars on topics such as the circular economy to round table discussions.



Environment Ireland publications

The Environment Ireland® Yearbook is the essential one-stop source for anyone interested or involved in Irish Environment. The Yearbook can be found on the desks of policymakers, senior managers in major environmental companies and service organisations involved in Ireland’s rapidly developing environment sector. The Yearbook covers all aspects of the Irish environment including major policy issues, who the key decision makers are, sub-sectoral analysis and comprehensive directory listings.

Environment Ireland®’s sister publications eolas and agendaNi both have annual environment reports and cover environmental developments throughout the year. Both magazines are read by the key decision makers across government, business and the third sector.


 

Events

 

Environment Ireland®

Environment Ireland® has been Ireland’s major environmental policy and management conference for over 18 years. This two-day event features a range of focused sessions highlighting the pressing issues facing the environment in Ireland and further afield. The conference is all-island in its context and seeks to examine the latest developments across all the sectors within the Irish environment – including climate, biodiversity, circular economy, public health, planning and water.

The Irish Climate Summit

Organised by Environment Ireland®, the Irish Climate Summit is an all-island conference focusing on Irish climate action and is attended by a senior audience of over 200 attendees. The impacts of climate change are becoming increasingly evident, both in Ireland and internationally. The Irish Climate Summit takes stock of Ireland’s progress towards achieving its climate ambitions and discusses the future outlook.

Previous events

Event sponsorship

Environment Ireland® is Ireland’s largest environment event and as such, partnership with the conference presents an excellent opportunity for organisations to reinforce and develop their image and identity among their peers in the Irish environment sector and beyond. For further information on our packages and the benefits of associating your organisation with Environment Ireland®, please contact us at info@environmentireland.ie

 

Publications

 

Environment Ireland® Yearbook

The Yearbook is the comprehensive reference book for those interested in environmental issues in Ireland, north and south. It is an excellent resource to anyone working in the environment sector and can be found on the desks of environmental professionals: Directors, senior managers, consultants. The Who’s who in Irish environment chapter also contains profiles of the 100 key individuals in the Irish environment sector.

The Yearbook includes chapters on:

  • Environmental policy
  • Climate change
  • Circular economy
  • Nature
  • Health
  • Planning
  • Directory
  • Agriculture
  • Who’s who in the Irish environment sector

Other publications