Click Here for details of our next meeting on Farming and Renewable Energy,
January 24th 2013, 8pm O’Donovan’s Hotel.
Jungle City Clonakilty
Artist Deidre Crowley co-ordinated the wonderful decoration of the elephant with a sustainable living theme displayed outside Scally’s Supervalu. Students from local schools carried out the colourful work and did an amazing job of capturing the spirit of energy generation and saving activities. Pictured here are boys from Scoil Na mBuachailli. Well done everyone!
For a map of all the jungle animal’s locations please click here.
To learn more about the links between Jungle City, Sustainable Clonakilty and its Clonergy 2020 project, please click here.
Welcome to the website of Sustainable Clonakilty, Ireland,
a vibrant community group seeking to address concerns about coping with climate change and oil running out.
Sustainable Clonakilty’s area of interest encompasses the townlands and electoral districts of Clonakilty Urban, Clonakilty Rural, Courtmacsherry, Butlerstown, Abbeymahon, Timoleague, Kilmaloda East, Kilmaloda West, Kilmacross, Kilmoylerane, Templeomalus, Knocks, Rossmore, Argideen, Kilkeranmore, Ardfield, Rathbarry, Coolcraheen, Castleventry, Cahermore, Derry and Rosscarbery.
Click on the underlined to see a map showing the area of interest in detail: Areas of Interest
Since December 2006 we have arranged regular public meetings which are advertised on our website, in shop windows, the library and Southern Star newspaper, as well as directly contacting members who have provided us with an email address.
Our public meetings are open to all and everybody is very welcome whether you just pop in occasionally, or come every time. There is no commitment required, although we do appreciate it if people sign up as financial members. We are a friendly group from all walks of life in the greater Clonakilty area, who like to exchange ideas and help each other reduce our carbon footprint. We have no religious or political affiliations.
Cork Environmental Forum Annual Environmental Awards:
Winner of Community & Voluntary Category for 2010 Energy Week.
Tidy Towns Sustainable Development Award
National Winner 2010: Clonakilty
November 2011 Clonakilty attained Cittaslow status
Read about it here:
Thanks and congratulations to everyone who has contributed to gaining these awards!
Click here to view a short video highlighting the attractions of the Clonakilty area.