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A new report from leading representative body, Hydrogen Mobility Ireland (HMI), has made recommendations on how the development of a domestic hydrogen ecosystem can facilitate the production of sustainable e-fuels for use in aviation and shipping transport. The report was launched by Minister Simon Coveney at ESB’s headquarters in Dublin. According to the report, the […]
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Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan, has launched a public consultation on Ireland’s current Long-term Strategy on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions. Ireland’s current Strategy was published on 28 April 2023, following government approval, and sets out indicative pathways beyond 2030 towards achieving climate neutrality for Ireland by
Council Partners Environment News
Longford householders are being urged to bring their batteries, electrical, and electronic waste to a free collection event to help the county meet national e-waste recycling targets for 2023. The event, hosted by WEEE Ireland in partnership with Longford County Council, takes place on Saturday May 27 at Granard Farmers Market, Parnell Row, Granard, from […]
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Galway City Council is inviting all keen gardeners to celebrate their wonderful green spaces in the annual Garden of the year awards 2023. Entries are welcome in a variety of categories including ‘Best Residential Estate’, ‘Best Front Garden’, ‘Best School’, ‘Best Public and Commercial Building’ and ‘Best Community Project’. Entries are invited online, by (date). […]
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The first-ever Dublin City ‘Rubbish Film Festival’ for Transition Year Students in Secondary Schools was held on a pilot basis this year with entries from 15 participating schools across the city.  The festival challenged students to create a one-minute short film focussing on the topics of litter, waste prevention and responsible consumption, with