The videos of the Nature and Biodiversity survey lauch are available!
On Sunday 7th of June we launched our Nature and Climate Shore Survey (http://coastwatch.org/europe/biodiversity-week-survey/). The event was hosted on Zoom by Maurice Murphy (Coastwatch Kerry and Qmeeto Software). Karin Dubsky (Coastwatch Director) started by presenting the pilot Nature and Climate survey with some of the photos taken by surveyors: Grace O Sullivan (MEP) officially launched […]Continue reading
Virtual Launch of the Coastwatch Nature and Climate Shore Survey
We would like to invite you to the Virtual Launch of the Coastwatch Nature and Climate Shore Survey on the eve of World Oceans Day. We’ve set up a Zoom meeting for the occasion: Time: Jun 7, 2020 05:00 PM Dublin Join Zoom Meeting: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/72570288734?pwd=UnRPYStyTk5BQUtIUys3WWdybG5rdz09 Meeting ID: 725 7028 8734 Password: 3DrNRn The agenda of […]Continue reading
Biodiversity Week survey extended until the 25th!
Coastwatch designed a snapshot survey with the first pilot run extended until Monday 25th May. We would love you to try it. ‘Explore the shore’ Coastwatch pilot biodiversity and carbon store survey World Biodiversity Day May 22nd 2020 happens to fall on a new moon. Spring time and spring tides coming together – the ideal […]Continue reading
Coastwatch Survey 2019 – Results launch
Join us for the lauch of the Coastwatch Survey 2019 Results – March 1st and 2nd 2020 Download programme and registration form Sunday 1st March 2020 3.00 3.30 pm The Launch of the Final Coastwatch Autumn Survey 2019 Results on Coastal Character, Biodiversity and Marine litter by Grace O Sullivan MEP on the Brian […]Continue reading
Training workshop in Tramore
The Coastwatch Survey regional coordination team is hosting a Coastwatch Survey Workshop on Saturday the 5th of October from 12pm. Meeting point will be TBay Surf Club, Lower Prom, Tramore. All are welcome to attend. Contact: Alan Walshe – 086 2066 879 – email@example.comContinue reading
Training Event in Balbriggan
Michael Walsh, Coastwatch Coordinator for Fingal, will host a demonstration on doing the Coastwatch Survey on the afternoon of Saturday, 28 September at 3.30pm on Balbriggan beach, just north of the harbour (unit 8-3-1-9). For any queries you may contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org or 086 3038432.Continue reading
Press Release – Hydraulic dredging stopped
In the High Court Dublin Ireland on Wednesday 18th September Mr Justice Richard Humphreys granted an interim injunction, with immediate effect, preventing razor shell dredging in the Waterford estuary until such time as the court has decided a Coastwatch challenge of the Sea Fishery Protection Authority’s consent process for opening the fisheries. Coastwatch is an […]Continue reading
Bigger and Better Marine Protected Area Conference in Trinity College Dublin
Conference – Marine Protected Areas in EU and Irish waters (Sept 2nd-3rd) Coastwatch and the Irish Wildlife Trust are the Irish partners in an international MPA project coordinated by European NGO Seas at Risk. Together we are hosting a conference on the 2nd and 3rd of September in Trinity College Dublin to discuss the climate […]Continue reading
The 2018 Survey Results are available!
Friday, 5th of April – Survey Results Launch “Coast Character, Biodiversity and MPAs” with keynote address by Ricardo Aguilar (Oceana) at TCD 2018 Survey Results Part 1 – Coastal Character, Biodiversity and Marine Spatial Planning (Draft) Live-steam https://www.facebook.com/8955392153/videos/1949746228468292 https://www.facebook.com/8955392153/videos/430343457537739 https://www.facebook.com/8955392153/videos/2335431340114984 Friday 7th of June – Presentation of the Coastwatch Seagrass Report “Citizen Science Search […]Continue reading
Survey period extended until October 21st!
The Survey is going really well with 549 sites booked or done and over 600 photos uploaded! After days of storm and non-stop rain, the Coastwatch survey is extended to run until Sunday 21st October. This should allow everyone who booked to finish their survey and anyone else to join in the gorgeous weather forecast. […]Continue reading