Download Taisce fb2

Download Taisce fb2
  • ISBN:
    0861675118
  • ISBN13:
    978-0861675111
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  • Publisher:
    An Comhlacht Oideachais
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    1272 kb
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    1738 kb
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    1928 kb
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An Taisce – The National Trust for Ireland, was established in June 1948. It considers itself the oldest environmental and non-governmental organisation in Ireland. It has a wide-ranging public interest mandate in relation to the environmental. Naturalist Robert Lloyd Praeger was its first President. It is not a state or semi-state organisation, rather a membership-based charity.

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An Taisce (Irish for The Treasury), also known as the National Trust for Ireland, was established in 1948 with a similar mission to. .Local Authorities are obliged to consult An Taisce on a vast array of development proposals.

An Taisce (Irish for The Treasury), also known as the National Trust for Ireland, was established in 1948 with a similar mission to that of the National Trust in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is not a state organisation although it receives a modest annual government grant - less than €6,000 out of a total annual income in the region of €440,000, derived from member fees, bequests and donations. Therefore its range of expertise extends across Ireland's natural, built, and social heritage.