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This educational and environmentally friendly site is packed full
of ways to help protect your environment. Ideas for raising funds
for charities, case studies and an informative teachers' section
are just a few of the features that can be found on this site.
City Council http://www.belfastcity.gov.uk/history.htm
Everything you need to know about local council services can be found
here. The site also provides a history of the development of Belfast
- Environment and Heritage Service http://www.ehsni.gov.uk/BuiltHeritage/
This site looks at how we can protect our natural environment. Visit
the Built Heritage section to find out about archaeological finds
and listed buildings in Northern Ireland.
Executive Northern Ireland http://www.nihe.gov.uk/energy_advice/
Are you concerned about emissions of green house gases? Want to conserve
natural resources? Then visit the Housing Executive's 'Energy Advice'
section. They also provide an excellent link to the Energy Saving
Trust, well worth a visit.
This is the Laganside Corporation site, an organisation set up by
the Government in 1989 to help the regeneration of the Laganside area
of the City of Belfast. The site looks at the organisation's major
projects and the impact they have had on the development of Belfast.
Ireland Economic Research Centre http://www.qub.ac.uk/nierc/
NIEC is an organisation conducting policy related research into the
Northern Ireland economy. They have some interesting discussion papers
on education and the development of small businesses. Well worth a
Public Records Office of Northern Ireland http://proni.nics.gov.uk/service/charter.htm
This site contains records of historical interest relating to Northern
Ireland. It also provides excellent links to other research resources
both locally and internationally.