Environmental

Bioenergy Ireland 2018 Launched

IrBEA are proud to announce that the Bioenergy Ireland National Conference 2018  takes place on Thursday 22 February 2018 at Croke Park Dublin. It ...
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Brexit strategy

In the second in a series from Enterprise Ireland, Richard Keegan explains how the lean methodology can help Irish SMEs ...
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Farm Sustainability Report

A new sustainability report from Teagasc demonstrates the economic, environmental and social sustainability of Irish farms. The 2015 Sustainability Report ...
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Waterford firm cleans up

WITH technology that facilitates pay-as-you-go waste collection, Waterford company, Kollect, is aiming to become the Uber of the waste industry ...
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Brexit to destabilise UK, EU and International efforts

Brexit could have profoundly destabilising impact on global momentum to address climate change, according to a report published today by ...
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Volvo to go all electric/hybrid

Swedish car manufacturers Volvo has announced today (5 July) that every vehicle launch from 2019 onwards will have an electric ...
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Renewable gas has the potential to replace more than one quarter of our fossil fuel gas supply

New study by SEAI shows gas from animal manure, food waste and grass could provide 28% of Ireland's gas needs ...
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INVESTMENT & JOINED-UP THINKING KEY FACTORS IN IRELAND’S OCEAN ECONOMY GROWTH

Speaking at the Our Ocean Wealth Summit 2017 in Galway, Marine Institute CEO Dr Peter Heffernan welcomed the positive findings ...
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Drone company chooses Shannon for R&D and manufacturing base

A-techSYN Ltd, an innovative R&D company with over four years of experience in fixed-wing Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) development, has ...
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Carlsberg aims for zero carbon emissions after Trump’s Paris pullout

Carlsberg has unveiled plans to reduce its brewery carbon emissions to zero, singling out Donald Trump’s withdrawal of the US ...
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Heathrow report names airlines with worst impact on environment

A total of 24 out of 50 carriers performed poorly on at least one measurement of noise, emissions and unscheduled ...
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IKEA aims to halve food waste at its restaurants by mid-2020

IKEA, which as well as being the No.1 furniture retailer also runs one of the world's biggest restaurant chains, aims ...
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Irish Seafood Companies look to Innovation in Food Waste Elimination

BIM, Ireland’s Seafood Development Agency and Bord Bia, the Irish Food Board, today (Thursday 22 June 2017) facilitated a Sustainability ...
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Ongoing uncertainty around UK environmental protection

On the anniversary of the EU referendum, Greener UK, a coalition of 13 major environmental organisations, publishes the first assessment ...
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Offaly firms get energised about increasing efficiency

Offaly businesses have been finding out about the latest ways to cut their energy costs at a special energy efficiency ...
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