Current Projects

UCD Map of Dundrum SDG Projects

Air Pollution and Traffic Monitoring

Dundrum2030 has teamed up with UCD Earth Institute to run an air pollution monitoring programme in Dundrum. It will be fantastic to be able to map the air and traffic in Dundrum for the first time.

We need you to conduct this project. Any home, school, building or business can participate and the more who get involved the more data we can collect.

To participate in the project you need a window that looks out on a road and wifi for the data from the monitors to send the traffic and air sensor data to the researchers.

Here are links to more information:

Sign Up to Take Part in this exciting Initiative here:

Would you like to attend our Zoom webinar to learn more about the mapping project?

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Mapping with UCD

Dundrum2030 has teamed up with UCD Geography and the UCD Earth Institute to create the first of its kind interactive map to monitor progress towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals at a local level, focusing on sustainable development projects in the Dundrum area. This project will help the Dundrum community to network, build capacity and track the progress on sustainability indicators from 2020-2030

Sustainable Energy Communities

Dundrum 2030 is facilitating matching communities and local residents with Sustainable Energy Communities.

A sustainable energy community is an area, such as a housing estate or small community that works together with the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) to help make their community a

Dun Laoghaire Rathdown mentor for Sustainable Energy Communities is Gavin Harte.

For further information, contact

Food Waste

Dundrum 2030 has teamed up with Airfield Estate to help households to tackle food waste.

If you are interested in getting involved with our pilot project, email us at

Dodder River clean-up

Led byDodder Action
Main SDGSDG15 Life on Land
Related SDGsSDG11 Sustainable Cities and Communities
DescriptionDodder Action is an umbrella group of volunteers who want to maximise the potential of the River Dodder as an amenity for the people of Dublin
Key objectives1) Organise working groups to go out and clean the river banks with equipment from Dublin City Council, 2) Partner with UCD’s Citizen Science projects, 3) Build a vigilant community along the river to safe-guard this wonderful resource for the enjoyment of the hundreds of walkers, anglers, dog-lovers, naturalists and cyclists who use it every day
WebsiteMore info
Address66 Whitebeam Road, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14
EirCodeD14 FC95