No Planet B Kildare

The Youth Environmental Club

 

This is the only Earth we’ve got. Caring for our local environment is the best way to make a difference.

Our Mission is

To have fun. To have hope. To face facts. To take action and to raise awareness of Climate Change and Biodiversity loss.

Think Globally and Act Locally.

  • Field trips
  • Creative workshops 
  • Media projects
  • Local community projects:
    e.g litter collection, community gardens, tree planting, library talks

Build a Better Future!

Upcoming Events

  • Saturday 25th June 2022

    No Planet B club presents “Push for the National Peatlands Park” presentation.

  • At the Elements of Change Festival, Cloughjordan Eco Village see the line up here:  Elements of change festival

    Don’t miss this powerful presentation. We ask  our Government to prove they’re serious about tackling the biodiversity and climate change emergency by adopting the National Peatlands Park proposal for the midlands.
  • Help secure our future by signing our online  petition:    NATIONAL PEATLANDS PARK Petition
    If you're  under 16 you can print the petition here, colour it in, get some friends and family to sign and then write to your local councillors or TDs about it Printable version
     
  • September 2022: No Planet B short film.

    Watch out for our new short film. We have got together with a cool local production company. We are working with them to create a short film where we will be promoting:
  • having fun, having hope, facing facts taking action.
  • Release date set for autumn 2022.

Our Recent Projects

Native Tree Planting

To coincide with COP 26, the No planet B club showed our own commitment to tackling climate change by planting a native woodland and a mini orchard at Naas Lakes.

Immerse Yourself In Nature ArtExhibition

We only had to look to the autumn ground to gather the materials for this inspiring art exhibition that encourages everyone to get out into nature and enjoy!

Lullybeg Club Trip

For our club trip in June we travelled to Lullybeg Bog and we became citizen scientists for the day...

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