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A research and consultancy unit based at NIRSA in NUI Maynooth, specialising in socio-demographic analysis, spatial analysis (GIS), spatial planning and data analytics. Most of their work is in the area of demographics, economy, housing and the environment.
The Central Statistics Office is Ireland's national statistical office and it provides statistics about Ireland's people, society and economy.
Publishes reports of projects funded by the Environmental Protection Agency. The agency is responsible for protecting and improving the environment as a valuable asset for the people of Ireland.
Geological Survey Ireland is the national earth science knowledge centre. Founded in 1845, it is a division of the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment. It provides data and maps on Ireland's subsurface.
The International Centre for Local and Regional Development (ICLRD) is a North-South-US partnership programme created to explore and expand the contribution that planning and the development of physical, social and economic infrastructures can make to improving the lives of people in both Irish jurisdictions. Contains research papers and case studies.
The umbrella organisation for the Irish geospatial industry.
The professional representative organisation of geographers in Ireland
Full-text access to the publications of the Marine Institute.
Sourcemap is the first crowd-sourced directory of supply chains and environmental footprints. There are free and paid versions available. Some maps are completed while others are a work in progress.
URBACT is a European exchange and learning programme promoting sustainable urban development. It helps cities to develop practical solutions that are new and sustainable and that integrate economic, social and environmental urban topics. The programme is financed by the European Commission.