2 edition of Irish Peatland Conservation Plan 2000. found in the catalog.
Irish Peatland Conservation Plan 2000.
Irish Peatland Conservation Council.
Thank you for giving the Irish Peatland Conservation Council the opportunity to voice our concerns on the proposed River Basin Management Plan. The Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) was established in and has 35 years of experience in peatland conservation. Our aim is to conserve a representative sample of intact Size: 95KB. Afforested Peatland ,ha10 7 National Peatlands Strategy 8 Malone S. and O’Connell C. Ireland’s Peatland Conservation Action Plan – Halting the Loss of Biodiversity. Irish Peatland Conservation Council, Lullymore. 9 Ditto.
Dr Catherine O’Connell, chief executive officer of the Irish Peatland Conservation Council, believes the National Parks and Wildlife Service requires a tripling of staff and resources so that it. By , Ireland will be home to in excess of 80, hectares (ha) of cutaway peatlands. Since the early s, lake creation has emerged as a novel post-harvesting land use option for redundant.
Irish Peatland Conservation Council, Rathangan, County Kildare. 3, likes 40 talking about this 52 were here. IPCC aims to conserve a representative sample of Irish peatlands. Visitors welcome Followers: K. The web site describes all the Irish species of dragonfly and damselfly and gives lots of other information aboutthese fabulous insects. Information on wetland habitats of Ireland such as bogs,fens and cutover bogs can be found atthe Irish Peatland Conservation Council website at: species was firstrecorded in Ireland in File Size: KB.
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Get this from a library. Irish peatland conservation plan [Peter J Foss; Catherine O'Connell; Irish Peatland Conservation Council.]. The Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) published our new action plan entitled Ireland’s Peatland Conservation Action Plan – halting the loss of peatland biodiversity during The aim of this plan is to develop a national strategy for the conservation and management of all peatland.
The IPCC Peatland Conservation & Management Handbook () The Save the Bogs Story () Irish Peatland Conservation Plan () Save the Bogs Campaign Video () Wake up to Bogs Training Video () Wake up to Bogs Training Handbook () Peatlands and the Primary School Curriculum () Focus on Birds – For Peat’s Sake ().
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Ireland’s Peatland Conservation Action Plan – Halting the Loss of Biodiversity. Irish Peatland Conservation Council, Lullymore. 2 Malone, S, and O’Connell, C.
About this book IPCC's Plan for Halting the loss Irish Peatland Conservation Plan 2000. book peatland biodiversity in Ireland. Over actions documented to achieve the conservation of peatlands on the Island of Ireland.
pages, illustrated with photos, maps, charts and tables. Conservation of two raised bogs in Co. Kildare Purchase and management of the Bog of Allen Nature Centre and HQ Development and implementation of conservation management plans for all IPCC’s sites of conservation importance Independent monitoring of peatland sites of conservation importance in Ireland.
See also P.J. Foss and C. O’Connell, Irish Peatland Conservation Plan (Dublin: Irish Peatland Conservation Council, ).
 Poul Holm, Joni Adamson, Hsinya Huang, Lars Kirdan, Sally Kitch, Iain McCalman, James Ogude, Marisa Ronan, Dominic Scott, Kirill Ole Thompson, Charles Travis, and Kirsten Wehner, ‘Humanities for the. Irish Peatland Conservation Council, Bog of Allen Nature Centre, Lullymore, Rathangan, Co.
Kildare, R51 V, Ireland. T: +; E: [email protected] The work of the Irish Peatland Conservation Council is supported by the Irish Environmental Network. The IPCC promotes the safety and well-being of all children with whom we are in contact.
the drawing up of a national strategy on Peatlands conservation and management within 12 months, in consultation with bog owners and other stakeholders, to deal with long-term issues such as land management, restoration, conservation, tourism potential, carbon accounting and community participation in managing this resource.
English Irish As part of the Government decision of April it was decided that a Peatlands Strategy would be prepared. It was the responsibility of the Peatlands Council to oversee the drafting of this strategy and to consult with all stakeholders and with the public to ensure that it reflected all of the different viewpoints that exist.
The Plan, which will take 50 years to complete includes five steps: Make an inventory of all the remaining peatlands. Purchase the remaining peatlands. Stop drainage and restore the peatland hydrology. Draw up management plans for the peatland reserves.
Provide public relations materials and information about the Dutch peatland conservation plan. The Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) welcome the above review and the opportunity to make a submission to you.
Background. It is an objective of Ireland's Peatland Conservation Action Planthe strategic policy document of the IPCC that all peatland resources in the country should be managed wisely. Irish Peatland Conservation Council Comhairle Chaomhnaithe Phortaigh na hÉireann.
ACTION FOR BOGS & WILDLIFE. Irish Peatland Conservation Council Bog of Allen Nature Centre Lullymore Rathangan Co. Kildare R51 V Ireland Telephone: + Email: [email protected] Foss PJ, O’Connell CA, Crushell PH () Bogs and fens of Ireland conservation plan Irish Peatland Conservation Council, Dublin, Ireland Google Scholar Fossitt JA () A guide to habitats in Ireland.
T he Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) is best known for the Save the Bogs Campaign in Ireland. IPCC is an independent conservation organisation: taking action for bogs and wildlife is what we do and we have had some major success stories over the past 30 years.
Inthe government committed itself to a peatland conservation plan that involved acquiring s hectares of raised bogs and s hectares of blanket bogs for protection.
Follow Dr. Peter J. Foss and explore their bibliography from 's Dr. Peter J. Foss Author Page. Species Action Plans (SAPs) for species of highest conservation concern. Conservation Management Plans for many of the Special Area of Conservation Sites. If you know the sitecode, you can also download the plan documents through our site search.
Red. The Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) would like to welcome the creation of the Draft National Landscape Strategy. IPCC would like to make a number of observations relevant to the strategy in follow up to our previous submission of the 17th November The importance of Peatlands within the Irish Landscape.
The Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) is best known for the Save the Bogs Campaign in Ireland. IPCC is an independent conservation organisation: taking action for bogs and wildlife is what we do and we have had some major success stories over the past 30 years.Work to date has included the launch of the report Global Peatland Restoration: Demonstrating Success, in Brussels inwhich showcases restoration projects from across the world.
A new payment for ecosystem services mechanism, the Peatland Code, was also launched at the World Forum on Natural Capital in Edinburgh in The most important piceces of legislation related to conservation of peatlands are the Wildlife Acts tothe EU Habitats Directive(92/43/EEC) and the EU Birds Directive (79//EEC).
Under the Wildlife Acts, in the order of raised and blanket bog sites have been designated as Size: 2MB.