At the IWT our goal is to give a voice to nature and campaign for the continued protection of Ireland’s wildlife.
Stop the Office of Public Works programme of river destruction and bring flood protection into the 21st Century by reforming the Arterial Drainage Act from 1945
The IWT is working with Seas at Risk, Coastwatch and other European NGOs to increase the surface area of marine protected areas and improve their protection.
The Irish Wildlife Trust (IWT) is calling for full legal protection for selected marine fish and invertebrates in a newly released report, entitled ‘Protecting Our Ocean’s Wealth – a proposal for legal protection of threatened marine species’
The Irish Wildlife Trust believes that the changes to Section 40 of the Wildlife Act contained in the Heritage Bill 2016 were unjustified and damaging to natural heritage.
The IWT is committed to protecting the natural landscapes of Ireland. Forestry, wetlands, uplands and coastal habitats, regardless of legal status, are all vital to preserving our wildlife and biodiversity.
The Irish Wildlife Trust opposes the use of badger culling as a technique for Bovine Tuberculosis management in Ireland.
We campaign for the proper management of our national parks to ensure that the shared heritage that they safeguard is properly maintained.
IWT is a members of the Irish Environmental Pillar