#YEA19 Semi-Final ECO Dens: Connaught

Updated: Apr 10, 2019

Yesterday was our biggest ECO-Den in YEA history, with judges seeing projects from a whopping 27 groups at the Institute for Lifecourse and Sociery, NUIG.

Thank you to all the schools and groups who took part and gave such great presentations:

-Athlone Community College

-Colaiste Muire Secondary School

-Colaiste Nano Nagle

-St Patrick's Primary School

-St Jarlath's College

-St Paul's Secondary School

-Our Lady's Bower

-St Brendan's

-Coláiste Iognáid

-Mercy College Woodford

-Presentation College

-Glenamaddy Community School

-Colaiste Naomh Eoin

-St John Bosco Community College

-Abbey Community College

-Lanesboro Community College

-St Mary's Ballina

-Mary Immaculate Secondary School

Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, we'll see you tomorrow!

'Climate Action Awareness', Athlone Community College, Reg No 2019-194

'Horti-culture', Athlone Community College, Reg No 2019-234

'Biodiversity – Being Part of the Solution Not Part of the Problem', Colaiste Muire Secondary School, Reg No 2019-016

'Biodiversitbee', Colaiste Nano Nagle, Reg No 2019-064

'Sustainability', St. Patrick's Primary School, Reg No 2019-009

'Diversity and Inclusion in St Jarlath’s College 2019', St Jarlath's College, Reg No 2019-200

'Waste Management in Our School', St Pauls Secondary School Oughterard, Reg No 2019-034

'Get to Know our Greenway!', Our Lady's Bower, Reg No 2019-070

'Social Inclusion in the Local Community', St Jarlath's College, Reg No 2019-198

'Memorial Garden ', St Jarlath's College, Reg No 2019-260

'A Vegetarian World', St. Brendans, Reg No 2019-176

'Irish Aquatic Life and River Pollution', Mercy College Woodford, Reg No 2019-024

'Making our School More Green', St Jarlath's College, Reg No 2019-199

'Courtyard Outdoor Classroom', St Jarlath's College, Reg No 2019-261

'PCH Young Environmentalist ', Presentation College , Reg No 2019-001

'Ashes, an Undervalued Nutrient', Glenamaddy Community School, Reg No 2019-141

'A Wellbeing Green Area for our School', Mary Immaculate Secondary School, Reg No 2019-052

'Communicating Climate Change', Mary Immaculate Secondary School, Reg No 2019-095

'Fools for Fuels: Air Pollution', Coláiste Iognáid, Reg No 2019-247

'Sea Level Rise Adaptation', St. Mary's (Ballina), Reg No 2019-222

'Plastic Heroes- Rethink How you Drink!', Glenamaddy Community School, Reg No 2019-127

'A Study of Asian Clams in a Stretch of the River Shannon', Lanesboro Community College, Reg No 2019-104

'Impact of Tax Policies on Lowering Carbon Emissions from Cars', Lanesboro Community College, Reg No 2019-103

'To Examine the Importance of Wasps as Pollinators and Pest Controllers', Lanesboro Community College, Reg No 2019-106

'Waste Recycling', Abbey Community College, Reg No 2019-202

'Sowing for the Soul’ - Our School Wellbeing Garden', St. John Bosco Community College, Reg No 2019-132

'Solar Charging Bench', Colaiste Naomh Eoin, Reg No 2019-204

Judges for the day (L-R): Dunchadh Kinane (ECO-UNESCO), Elaine Nevin (ECO-UNESCO), Aishling McGrath (World Wise Global Schools), Rory McAvinney (Atlantaquaria). Not pictured: Davnet McEllin (Galway City GRETB) and Pat Dolan (NUIG).

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