- NEXT ILI WEBINAR -

working title |  restoring habitat across Ireland using plants and seeds of native origin

1-2pm Thursday 2 May 2024

Booking opens soon 


- OTHER FORTHCOMING ILI EVENTS -

ILI Annual General Meeting 2024 | online 26th June 

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ILI AWARDS 2024 | applications will open shortly

ILI AWARDS 2024 | awards evening 28th November

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ILI PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE EXAM 2024 | applications deadline 31st August

ILI PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE EXAM 2024 | online study sessions September

ILI PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE EXAM 2024 | October

- PREVIOUS ILI WEBINARS -

Nature conservation and the biodiversity crisis with Dr Melinda Lyons, a botanist specialising in nature conservation

1-2pm Thursday 28th March 2024

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This webinar was recorded and will be posted on our YouTube channel shortly. During this webinar Dr Lyons mentioned a short course which may be of interest. See link below.

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Postgraduate Certificate in Biodiversity and Nature Conservation  | 4 day course TU Dublin, ECTS: 5 Credits

Closing date for applications: 17th May 2024, subject to availability
Teaching commences: 10 June 2024, in person attendance over four consecutive days
Module fee: €450 (An 80% fee subsidy is offered by the Higher Education Authority, for eligible applicants, which reduces the overall cost from €450 to €90 during 2023-24)

What is biodiversity and why is there a crisis? How should we approach nature conservation, and what steps are necessary to halt biodiversity loss and degradation of natural habitats?

This part-time professional certificate module sets out the basis for understanding and addressing biodiversity loss. It presents the rationale for conserving natural habitats: their ecological complexity, historical continuity, and biogeographical significance. Key habitat types in Ireland are examined; the reasons for habitat loss and degradation are discussed; and our role in managing habitats for the continued survival of indigenous flora and fauna is explored. 

The module is suitable for those from a non-scientific background, including (but not limited to) those involved in planning and design of the built environment.  Entrance to the course is normally contingent on an appropriate honours (minimum 2.2 grade) degree.

The module is supported by the Building Change project, led by TU Dublin School of Architecture, Building and Environment.  

Black and white photo of Joe McConville

Tree Law with Joseph McConville

Thursday 29th February 2024

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This webinar was recorded and can now be viewed on our YouTube channel 'Irish Landscape Institute | ILI Webinar with Joe McConville'

Starting your own Landscape Architecture Practice with Philip Doran, PJLA 

Thursday 1st February 2024

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This webinar was recorded and can now be viewed on our YouTube channel 'Irish Landscape Institute | ILI Webinar with Philip Doran' 

Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment with Richard Barker, Macro Works

Thursday 11th Jan 2024

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This webinar was recorded and can now be viewed on our YouTube channel 'Irish Landscape Institute | ILI Webinar with Richard Barker'




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