There is no Planet B.
Our future is green. Every day, we try to change our behaviour to make a better impact on our planet.
What do we do?
The Environmental Society focuses on environmental sustainable development. We have diverse activities like climate change parade, second stuff swaf, environmental talks, and Morning (organic) Coffees every Wednesday. You should join us, it’s really cool!
Why You Should Join Us
- Join a Fast-Growing Movement: Forget Brexit, Forget Donald Trump! Climate Change is the biggest existential threat to the human race. By joining our community, you’re joining the fight against global warming which is placing our planet in jeopardy and causing irreparable damage.
- Volunteering Experience: You will have the opportunity to volunteer when organising and setting up many of our amazing events. By volunteering, you can stand out from the rest of the crowd, giving yourself a better chance at securing jobs after Trinity.
- Reduce your Carbon Footprint: We provide you with the information to help you reduce your own carbon footprint. Sustainability practices will be discussed by leading experts and environmentalists.
Our latest posts…
- A Zero Waste Kit When You’re On The GoWant to know how you can reduce the quantity of waste that you produce? Here are a few tips for you!
- Have you ever worn sustainable clothes ?Did you know there are entirely sustainable clothing lines? Amorilla is an example we want to tell you about. Organic cotton, block printing technique and certified Azo-free colors are the main factors that … Read more
- Ireland to Plant 440 Million Trees by 2040[This blog is written for a fictional university society as part of a college project. This is not a real college society] Ireland is set to plant 22 million trees … Read more
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Clean The Beach
A few initiatives we were part of
- Go to the beach in a charming Saturday with us and protect marine organisms.
- Recycle and reuse old stuffs to create art productions and participate to some environmental photos exhibition.
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Any questions? Get in touch!
This website is developed for an academic purpose. All the content is posted by students from Trinity College Dublin for a group project, and is therefore fictional.