All projects funded through the EPA Research Programme are required to produce a report, once the work is completed. The EPA Research Programme addresses the need for research in Ireland to inform policymakers and other stakeholders on a range of questions in relation to environmental protection. These reports are intended as contributions to the necessary debate on the protection of the environment and can be found under the following headings:
You can also view the latest EPA Research 2030 reports chronologically:
Some project teams have also produced project highlight videos, which are available to view via the EPA Research YouTube Playlist.
You can also view other reports prepared by EPA-funded small-scale studies and other commissioned research.
The EPA Research Programme has published a number of guidelines and tools to assist in the preparation and on-going evaluation of project communications activities.
Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of material contained in these publications, complete accuracy cannot be guaranteed. The Environmental Protection Agency, the authors and the steering committee members do not accept any responsibility whatsoever for loss or damage occasioned, or claimed to have been occasioned, in part or in full, as a consequence of any person acting, or refraining from acting, as a result of a matter contained in these publications.
All or part of these publications may be reproduced without further permission, provided the source is acknowledged.
Where applicable, Final Technical Reports are available from the EPA by request to firstname.lastname@example.org