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New free online course launched to help people reduce their energy use
‘Energy & You: Reduce Your Use’ is a free 90-minute online course developed by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) in partnership with eCollege, the national online learning service for the further education and training (FET) sector, funded by SOLAS.
Spacious Cartrontroy Heights property is a short walking distance from town centre
15 Cartrontroy Heights, Athlone,
Best countries to visit if you’re vegan or vegetarian
Veganuary has become bigger and bigger and in 2022 there were over 620,000 people from all around the world taking part in the challenge.
DPD Ireland switch to 100 percent HVO biofuel to reduce carbon emissions
DPD Ireland, with a centralised parcel and delivery hub in Athlone Business Park, has deployed Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) as a replacement fuel for diesel in its heavy goods vehicles (linehaul) as part of an ambitious drive to decarbonise its Irish fleet by 2030.
Council spent less than five percent of funds afforded to walking and cycling in 2021
Figures released by the National Transport Authority (NTA) have revealed that almost €4.3m of funding that was made available for walking and cycling infrastructure in Westmeath was not spent in 2021.
Almost one million EVs on our roads by 2030 part of Climate Action initiative
The Climate Action Plan 2021 announced by the Irish Government outlines a range of industry specific emissions reduction targets for each sector of the economy.
Climate Action Plan targets motor industry specific emissions reduction
The Climate Action Plan 2021 announced recently by Government, outlines a range of industry specific emissions reduction targets for each sector of the economy.
Why Galway needs a Very Light Rail system
In this time of confinement due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many people used their time wisely by making observations to the Galway City Council ‘Our City Our Future’ consultation, which will go towards what will become the Galway City Development Plan 2023-2029.
TG4 to use carbon calculator on commissioned productions
As part of TG4’s commitment to sustainable production practices and to achieving the targets of the Climate Action Plan, all productions commissioned by TG4 will be required to use the Albert Carbon Calculator to monitor carbon footprint from January 2021. TG4 is the first Irish broadcaster to introduce this as a mandatory requirement.
Councillors puncture cyclists' hopes of pop up Salthill cycle lane
Cyclists around the city had their hopes dashed on Monday afternoon when Galway's city councillors defeated a motion to construct a temporary cycle lane in Salthill using funding from the National Transport Authority's (NTA) special Covid-19 Interim Mobility Measures Fund.