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Events

 

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CEDaR Training Course – Lake Habitats

Friday 2nd August
Blessingbourne Estate

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Inishowen, County Donegal – Drystone Walling

Friday 9th August
Inishowen, County Donegal
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CEDaR Training Course – Invasive Species

Wednesday 21st August
Cultra Manor, UFTM

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Northern Ireland’s State of the Environment report was first launched in 2008. It contained 30 indicators covering air and climate, water, land and landscape management, biodiversity, built heritage, and waste and resources…

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The indicators were designed to assist future comparison and measurement of our changing environment, they provide the evidence base for and consultation with key stakeholders on what the challenges will be in the future and enables the development of a strategic approach for the protection and enhancement of our environment.

NIEL provided advice to the Department on a review of the State of the Environment report. Published in 2013, the report updates the current set of indicators, identifies new indicators and improves its use as tool for monitoring, reporting and protecting Northern Ireland’s environment.

Useful resources:

Northern Ireland Environmental Statistics Report 2016

State of the Environment Full Report 2013

State of the Environment Workshop Report November 2012

State of the Environment Workshop Presentations November 2012