Young eco-activists from Monaghan have reached the final of this year's Young Environmentalist Awards.
The Awards, hosted by ECO-UNESCO, are an all-island programme that recognises young people who have taken environmental action and come up with innovative solutions to environmental issues.
Over 200 projects applied to the YEA programme this year and Beech Hill College in Monaghan has two projects in the finals.
"Bio-Senses" has made the finals in the "Eco-Health and Well-Being" category, and the school is also represented in the "Eco-Innovation" category for "Plastic Greenhouse Fun".
Bio-Senses uses a sensory garden to raise awareness for those with autism, depression, ADHD and other issues, while Plastic Greenhouse Fun creates green-houses out of plastic in an effort to recycle plastics in a way that benefits the school community.
The YEA Ceremony will take place tomorrow at 2pm on ECO-UNESCO'S YouTube Channel.