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National Construction Summit 2016

The National Construction Summit takes place in the RDS on the 15th June 2016. Visit the Green Business at stand 86…

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Green Business Seminars

Come and network with other businesses interested in becoming more resource efficient this May in Shannon/ Limerick, Dublin, Wexford and Tipperary.

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Green Business Workshops – new date and location added

Green Business has just added another date and location to the upcoming seminars – Tipperary (Horse & Jockey Hotel) on the 26th May…

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Save the date – Green Business Seminars

The Green Business Seminars will take place in Clare/Limerick, Dublin and Wexford on the 10th, 11th and 19th May. These events are not to be missed. Save the Date!

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BIM/Origin Green Workshops for Seafood Businesses

BIM/Origin Green Workshops for Seafood Businesses take place in Sligo (2nd March), Dublin (13th April) and Cork (25th May)

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Transport Ireland 2016

Transport Ireland 2016 takes place in Chartered Accountants House, Dubin on the 21st April…

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ISO50001 Ireland 2016

ISO50001 Ireland 2016 will take place on the 18th May in Croke Park…

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Future Shape – Conference for a Sustainable Built Environment

Future Shape takes place on the 24th May 2016 in the Printworks Dublin Castle…

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Water Ireland Conference & Exhibition 2016

Water Ireland Conference 2016 takes place on the 21 April in the Pillo Hotel, Ashbourn Co. Meath…

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TEAGASC TECHNOLOGY FORESIGHT

TEAGASC TECHNOLOGY FORESIGHT, TECHNOLOGY TRANSFORMING IRISH AGRI-FOOD AND BIOECONOMY. Conference takes place in the Aviva Stadium Dublin.

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Case Studies

Sustainability: A Retail Perspective from Lidl (Future in Food Ireland 2017)

  Presentation from Deirdre Ryan, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Lidl Ireland and Northern Ireland at the Future of Food Ireland 2017 Conference in Croke Park November 23rd Deirdre Ryan, Lidl Presentation

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A Review of Current Priorities and Emerging Issues in European Waste Policy

The Clean Technology Centre (CTC), at Cork Institute of Technology, was commissioned by the Irish Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to undertake desktop research to review the current priorities and emerging issues in European Waste Policy. This was to include (be based on) information pertaining to the European Commission and selected Member States. Downloads: Review of […]

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