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Caring for our environment

It is interesting to note that, at a time of unprecedented development, An Taisce, the voluntary environmental body, registered a 10 per cent surge in its membership last year.

12th March, 2005

It is interesting to note that, at a time of unprecedented development, An Taisce, the voluntary environmental body, registered a 10 per cent surge in its membership last year.

Local groups all around the country reported a new enthusiasm among volunteers on the ground, reflecting the findings of a Lansdowne Market Research survey which showed that 90 per cent of the population believe it is important to protect our heritage.

These findings should not be seen as...

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