CALL

Climate Action Louisburgh Locality

We are a not-for-profit voluntary group of like-minded individuals working towards a more sustainable future. We carry out actions to promote the reduction of carbon emissions and waste while facilitating biodiversity enhancement in our locality

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Our Impact

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People growing their own produce
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Items rehomed

Answer the CALL now

Take action and help us change our future!

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Take Action

We take climate action through several semi-autonomous sub-groups, so volunteers can use their time and effort while focusing on their particular interests

Sustainable energy

Be energy efficient and move to renewables

Use less fossil fuels

Buy and trash less

Plant trees and promote biodiversity

Local food production

Grow your own produce

Public awareness

Promote climate change awareness

Take Action

We take climate action through several semi-autonomous sub-groups, so volunteers can use their time and effort while focusing on their particular interests

Be energy efficient and move to renewables

Use less fossil fuels

Grow your own produce

Plant trees and promote biodiversity

Promote climate change awareness

Buy and trash less

Photo by Adrian Tiernan, @artaltitudesdroneworks

About Us

Our region extends from Killary Harbour to Clew Bay and from Lecanvey to Clare Island, including farmland, mountains, bog, islands, rivers, forest, ocean and urban areas with about 1,000 households. 

We take climate action through diverse sub-groups that work independently and report back to the main group. We are always looking for volunteers to help carry out actions and expand CALL’s reach. If you want to know more about CALL, follow this link:

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Recent News and Events

The Green Table is back! May 14, 2024 - Help us eating local | Eating fresh | Reducing food wasteSharing with your community | Earning some money After the success last summer we’re again...
Talking Wild in Louisburgh May 6, 2024 - Join us at Louisburgh Town Hall this Friday to listen to Éanna Ní Lamhna. She’s an entertaining speaker full of passion and knowledge for our...
Cleaning naturally March 12, 2024 - Cleaning with natural ingredients is becoming more and more mainstream, as covered by RTE, the BBC, the Guardian and more. Most cleaners, while effective, are full of chemicals (some...
Pond workshop March 2, 2024 - Ponds are a haven for biodiversity, a pleasure to look at and you can build one in your garden in a weekend. We had a...
Free Trees to collect on 18.02.2024 February 16, 2024 - Free Trees to collect (18th Feb 2024) ! Collect Trees at Callacoon ! This Sunday (18.02.2024) between 11am and 1pm CALL (Climate Action Louisburgh Locality)...
We are searching for an impactful Action Officer February 7, 2024 - Climate and Biodiversity Action Officer, Co Mayo Climate Action Louisburgh Locality (CALL) is a not-for-profit organisation of volunteers working together for a sustainable future. We...
Giving away more trees 🌳 February 5, 2024 - We have been busy serving a distributor of the new free trees Ireland project to help planting trees across the land. The network of distributors...
Winter 2023-2024: sharing trees January 9, 2024 - This winter season we are continuing sharing trees with our community. We received 340 native trees from Paddy Mangan, who performed a wonderful gesture this...

Louisburgh, Co. Mayo

lkci.call@gmail.com