An Taisce The National Trust for Ireland
III - Non-governmental organisations
Non-governmental organisations, platforms and networks and similar
Tailors' Hall,, n/a Back Lane
P.O. box: n/a
Dublin Dublin 8
Mr John Harnett
Mr John Harnett
An Taisce is The National Trust For Ireland - it is - 'The Store House, or Treasury'
An Taisce is Ireland's oldest environmental charity founded over 60 years ago to protect the environment and heritage of Ireland for the benefit of the people of Ireland and future generations and for the ‘Common Good’. We believe that this is best achieved through sustainable development, achieved by a long term and planned balance of social and economic development with environmental protection.
An Taisce is a member of INTO - the International National Trusts Organisation a large global movement of approved National Trusts which preserve and hold property in perpetuity for the benefit of their respective peoples.
An Taisce acts as an impartial monitor in Ireland on the application of EU environmental legislation at local level.
An Taisce reviews planning applications within the context of the requirement to meet EU Directives
An Taisce provides evidence to Government on the performance of local authorities in delivering the provisions of the various Planning Acts and REgulations.
An Taisce acts as a key Consultation Prescribed Body under Section 24 of the 2000 Planning and Development Act for input into national policy formulation.
An Taisce’s network of Local Associations and 5,000 members mirrors many elements of the Local Agenda 21 model.
An Taisce supports its members and network of Local Associations by facilitating a bottom-up consultative approach when making submissions on national or local planning policy.
An Taisce responds to consultation requests on an on-going basis.
An Taisce promotes environmental awareness through Green Schools and other educational programmes.
An Taisce are members of:
The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
European Environment Bureau
Foundation for Environmental Education (Green Schools/Green Flags Blue Flag etc)
We uphold and promote the core fundamental EU rights of access to justice and access to information.
Policy-making and legislation environmental and educational initiatives.
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INTO International National Trusts
EEB European Environment Bureau
IUCN The International Union for the Conservation of Nature
FEE Foundation for Environmental Education
IEN Irish Environmental Network
Irish Environmental Pillar of Social Partnership
T&E Transport and Environment
01/2013 - 12/2013
< 9,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
Most recent audited accounts: http://www.antaisce.org/ireland/2013-accounts
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.