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The 9th edition of the European Urban Resilience forum took place in Athens, Greece, gathering experts and decision makers working at the forefront of resilience and climate change adaptation. From nature-based solutions, digital twinning, to a sustainable post-war recovery for Ukraine the event covered burning topics in the resilience field. The event took place in
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With energy costs rising, these simple steps can help drivers use significantly less fuel, reduce your emissions, save money, and also stay safe. Fuel consumption tends to be affected most by your driving style, excessive rapid acceleration, unnecessary short trips, a cold engine, poor car maintenance and incorrect tyre pressure. Tom Halpin, Head of Communications […]
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Galway City Council and Clean Coasts Ireland are teaming up again for Galways first Love your Beach Day on Saturday 17th September 2022. All the events will happen simultaneously at 4 iconic beaches in Galway City to celebrate International Coastal Clean Up Day. Speaking about the event, Tiarnan McCusker, Environmental Awareness Officer with Galway City Council […]
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Fifty-four solar compacting bins have been installed around Cork city centre after Cork City Council secured funding under the Litter Infrastructure Support Grant Scheme from the Department of Environment, Climate and Communications. Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr Deirdre Forde joined some of the city’s 77-strong street cleansing crew and litter management officials to
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The Climate Change Advisory Council has called for swift and decisive action to support people and communities this winter by addressing Ireland’s dependence on harmful fossil fuels, which it says is a root cause of high energy costs, supply instability and high levels of carbon dioxide emissions. The Council, who published their Annual Review for […]
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The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) published Ireland’s Energy Balance for 2021, which provides the complete information on Ireland’s energy use. Although, Ireland has committed to reducing CO2 emissions by 4.8% per annum from 2021- 2025 under the first carbon budget, energy related emissions were instead up 5.4% in 2021. They are now back […]
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Councillor Mary Hanafin, An Cathaoirleach of Dún-Laoghaire Rathdown County Council and Councillor Emma Murphy, Mayor of South Dublin County Council turned the sod in Dodder Valley Park on two of the five wetlands planned as part of the Dublin Urban Rivers LIFE (DURL) Project. The Director of Services for Environment, Water and Climate Change, South […]
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Fingal County Council presents The Dublin Community Clean-up, Dublin’s biggest ever clean-up event taking place from the 10th to the 18th of September. A collaborative initiative developed by Dublin’s Four Local Authorities, Clean Coasts, National Spring Clean, Local Authority Waters Programme, Dublin City Canals and Dodder Action, the event unites residents, volunteers,