We are delighted to announce that the Dingle Peninsula 2030 team has been chosen as one of the 14 creative projects that are meaningfully connecting their communities with the implications of climate change. An artist will work with traditional farmers and the Dingle Hub to highlight why diversification from current farming practices is necessary.
Well done to everyone involved, especially to MaREI researcher, Clare Watson.
The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media in collaboration with the Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications is delighted to announce the 14 successful recipients of the €2 million Creative Climate Action fund. This Creative Ireland initiative supports creative, cultural and artistic projects that build awareness around climate change and empowers citizens to make meaningful behavioural changes.
To find out more about the fund click here
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