Monthly Archives: November 2016

2015 sees first significant growth in energy use in five years

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) released Ireland’s official national energy statistics last week, which show significant growth in energy use across all sectors of the economy in 2015.

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EPA supports Ireland’s businesses, farmers and communities in becoming more sustainable

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has it released its report – ‘Towards a Resource Efficient Ireland: Annual Report for 2015’.

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Green Awards 2017

The 9th Green Awards 2017 will be held in Doubletree by Hilton Dublin. The deadline for applications is the 21st December.

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Green Business at Future In Food Ireland 2016

Green Business at Future in Food, Croke Park Stadium November 23rd…

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Ros a Mhíl Fishermen participate in BIM Fishing For Litter Programme

Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), the Seafood Development Agency, recently launched the BIM Fishing for Litter programme, funded under the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF), in Ros a Mhíl fishing port in Galway.

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Green Business Winter Seminars – presentations now available

Presentations now available from the Winter Green Business Seminars…

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Register now for the Green Business Winter Seminars

Register now for the upcoming Green Business Winter Seminars which take place in the 9th and 10th November in The Connacht Hotel Galway and the Enterprise Fund Business Centre, Letterkenny.

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Irish retailers fight against food waste

FoodCloud Hubs has been officially opened by Minister for Social Protection, Leo Varadkar.

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Agri-food firms take climate change lead, says ABP manager

Agri-food companies are already playing a lead role in reducing Ireland’s carbon footprint, said John Durkan, sustainability and environmental manager with ABP Food Group.

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