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Council Partners Environment News Tourism
With a growing market of visitors looking for more sustainable options whilst travelling, the focus to provide sustainable tourism is becoming a key priority for many local businesses. Having successfully piloted a Business Sustainability Training Programme in 2020 with eight local businesses participating, Cuilcagh Lakelands UNESCO Global Geopark recently rolled out the
Environment News
The Government has published the National Food Waste Prevention Roadmap 2023-2025. Food waste is a global problem that has environmental, social and economic consequences. Growing, processing, transporting and storage of food all use a significant amount of resources. Tackling food waste is one of the key steps we can take to achieve sustainability, to help […]
Environment News Technology
ELVES, Ireland’s End-of-Life Vehicle compliance scheme, has welcomed Minister Ossian Smyth, Minister of State with responsibility for Public Procurement, eGovernment and Circular Economy to Plunket College, Dublin, to celebrate the success of the Electric ELVES training programme for Authorised Treatments Facilities, (ATFs or permitted scrapyards) who are involved in the
Business Environment Housing News
Cork based software company Retrokit is making waves in the environmental sector through its daring approach to making housing energy efficient. The award-winning company provides a strategic toolkit for local authorities and housing associations, assisting them in their retrofitting projects. This helps to optimise investment, meet climate targets, and reduce the carbon
Business Environment News Technology
The Office of Government Procurement (OGP) led on the development of the GPP Criteria Search which is available at GPPCriteria.gov.ie. The online search tool allows users to rapidly find, select and download Green Public Procurement (GPP) criteria relevant to a specific procurement project. Welcoming the launch, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath,