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Irish manufacturing and exporting companies have an important role to play in reducing emissions and building a more sustainable future and Enterprise Ireland has a range of green supports to help them. Recently launched by the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar, and the Minister for Environment, Climate and Communications and […]
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Galway will be the first city to have a completely hybrid Bus Éireann fleet by 2022 Bus related greenhouse gas emissions will reduce by at least 30% Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton TD, yesterday marked the entry into service of the first of Bus Éireann’s electric hybrid vehicles to its […]
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Exciting times for Ireland South East’s Sedicii who are looking to expand their team and have secured a new contract with Spain’s largest domestic lender CaixaBank. Sedicii is one of just three start-ups handpicked from over 500 European companies by CaixaBank to work with it to make its customer onboarding process fully digital. The Waterford-based company […]
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In this weeks podcast we were delighted to be joined by the Chief Operating Officer of Zeus, Adrian Lannon and CHEP’s Irish County General Manager, Derek O’Byrne. Both Zeus and CHEP Ireland are proud members of the Lean and Green Programme. Faced with advancing climate change, new regulations and possible financial penalties, companies around the […]
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The Government has announced funding of €25 million for the restoration of one of Ireland’s foremost national heritage sites, the Old Library at Trinity College Dublin  [May 20 2021]. The Old Library is home to the magnificent Long Room and precious manuscripts, including the 9th century Book of Kells. An Taoiseach Micheál Martin said: I am delighted to
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The Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Senator Pippa Hackett visited the DAFM Bee Health laboratory today at the Backweston Campus in Co Kildare as part of the celebrations of World Bee Day today 20 May 2021. The Department provides a bee health service, free of charge, facilitating the […]
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Dublin, Thursday, 20th May 2021 –  Dublin Cycle Buddy, the new cycling community app developed to help Dublin City Council use cyclists’ shared data to identify cycling routes in the city for development and upgrade, has officially launched. The app launched by Dublin City Council’s Smart City Programme is part of the Smart Dublin Initiative. […]
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The EPA is seeking proposals from the research community to help address climate change and other emerging and complex environmental problems. With up to €10.5 million available for new research projects, the funding will be provided under four themes: Addressing climate change evidence needs Facilitating a green and circular economy Delivering a healthy environment