During the recent Heritage Ireland 2030 public consultation, over 70 public workshops were held across the country and more than 1,500 organisations and individuals made submissions on what the country’s heritage means to them. The IFNC contributed to this consultation, calling for the implementation of the National Biodiversity Action Plan, the progression of natural capital accounts for Ireland, and the development of a State of Natural Capital Report for Ireland.
Since the consultation process closed in March, the Department has been reviewing the large number of submissions, laying the foundations for what will become Ireland’s overarching heritage policy.
To mark the end of the public consultation, the information session aims to take stock of what the Heritage Ireland 2030 process has achieved to date, hear some of the initial findings from the consultation and provide information about the next steps in the process.
Tune in via the live stream at 2pm on Tuesday, May 28th to hear Prof Stout outline the need for natural capital to be incorporated into the Department's heritage planning.
When: Tuesday, 28 May 2019 (12pm – 4pm)
Where: The Printworks, Dublin Castle; online via live-stream
How: Registration is closed. Watch the live-streamed event here on the Department website from 12pm
More info: https://www.chg.gov.ie/heritage/heritageireland2030/