Gallery & videos
Would you like to become involved in biological recording?
This clip on Citizen Science is part of an RTE Nationwide programme about the work of the National Biodiversity Data Centre, filmed summer 2020. Sincere thanks to RTÉ and HiLite Productions for allowing us to use this programme as an educational tool on biodiversity and biological recording.
The work of the National Biodiversity Data Centre
This RTE Nationwide programme on the work of the National Biodiversity Data Centre aired during the summer of 2020. Sincere thanks to RTÉ and HiLite Productions for allowing us to use this programme as an educational tool on biodiversity and biological recording.
Introducing Biodiversity Maps:
Introducing the Citizen Science Portal
Why is it important to conserve Biodiversity?
In October 2018, Ireland’s National Biodiversity Data Centre was delighted to host the 25th meeting of the Governing Board of the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) in Kilkenny. GBIF is a global network of 59 Participant Countries and 38 international organisations and initiatives, working together to share data and information on the world’s biological diversity.
In this short video, we asked some of the delegates “Why is it important to conserve Biodiversity?”
To find out more about the work of the Global Biodiversity Information Facility, https://www.gbif.org
Documenting Global Biodiversity
Produced by Juanita Browne & Peter Cutler, CrowCragProductions.com
Monitoring Ireland’s Bumblebees:
The Bumblebee Monitoring Scheme is implemented by the National Biodiversity Data Centre.
Sincere thanks to Bernadette Guest, Heritage Officer with Waterford City & County Council, and Filmmaker Peter Cutler from CrowCragProductions.com for producing this video. This video was funded through the Creative Ireland Initiative.
Benefits of Biodiversity:
This animation explores Ecosystem Services and was developed by the Biodiversity Office of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.
Produced by John Davis & Mark Flood.
Global Biodiversity Information Facility – the Library of Life
GBIF—the Global Biodiversity Information Facility—is a network of governments and organizations that enables the publication of such data and shares it with the world, making information about biodiversity available online for researchers and citizens, regardless of their location.