Climate Change and Historic Towns-  Adapting to Change

Climate Change and Historic Towns- Adapting to Change

Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology Climate Change and Renewable Energy /

Climate change is one of the largest threats to the built, natural and intangible heritage of Ireland's towns. By coming together, residents of towns and villages can implement positive change. At a conference in June 2019, 12 such towns told their stories. We hope that this document inspires you and your community to develop successful projects that will help your town adapt.

Kells Solving Our Own Problems: a two day workshop identifying issues and coming up with solutions. Summary Report

Kells Solving Our Own Problems: a two day workshop identifying issues and coming up with solutions. Summary Report

Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology Heritage Tourism & Recreation /

This report details the findings of a participative two day town health check workshop held in Kells, Co. Meath.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council, Meath County Council & Kells Local Heroes
  • Author(s): The Heritage Council
Nature in the Park

Nature in the Park

Education & Training /

ECO-UNESCO were delighted to launch 'Nature in the Park', a free resource for primary schools alongside Dublin City Council on May 22nd

  • Published by: ECO UNESCO and Dublin City Council
  • Author(s): ECO UNESCO
Deep Energy Renovation of Traditional Buildings

Deep Energy Renovation of Traditional Buildings

Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology /

This report highlights the unique qualities of traditional buildings regarding their energy performance, and also the highlights the potential value in developing standards and guidance for the industry. 

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
  • Author(s): The Heritage Council
Our Heritage, Your Say: Report on the Consultation with Young People on the Future of Heritage in Ireland

Our Heritage, Your Say: Report on the Consultation with Young People on the Future of Heritage in Ireland

General /

As part of its strategic planning process, the Heritage Council sought the views and opinions of young people on the future of heritage in Ireland.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
  • Author(s): Child Law Clinic, UCC