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Anger as twice-rejected Gort Biogas Plant approved by An Bord Pleanala

An Bord Pleanala has granted permission for the major Gort Biogas plant to go ahead, overturning previous rejection decisions by Galway County Council and creating what opponents have called “another potential environmental disaster” for South Galway.

East Galway tourism projects to share in €68m fund

Tourism projects in County Roscommon and the Ballinasloe Municipal District of East Galway will now be able to access a new €68m fund allocated to Fáilte Ireland as part of the EU’s Just Transition Funding.

How to protect plants from frost during the cold snap

With cold winter weather on the way, now is the time to make sure your outdoor plants are protected from the frost.

Harsh winter weather leads to severe famine

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Harsh winter weather leads to severe famine.

Age & Opportunity to offer Changing Gears course in Galway this winter

Age & Opportunity has announced it will be offering Changing Gears in Galway for free in late November and early December. Designed to boost wellbeing and resilience, it is a four-session in-person course funded by the HSE that focuses on managing transitions in mid to later life.

Age & Opportunity prepare to host four Changing Gears sessions in the Radisson Blu Hotel Athlone

Age & Opportunity is delighted to offer Changing Gears in Athlone for free this November.

Galway among ten counties due to appoint biodiversity officers to bolster local action for nature

Galway will soon have a new Biodiversity Officer, with Galway County Council one of ten local authorities awarded funding to appoint a national roll-out of biodiversity officers to deliver and drive local action for biodiversity.

Cheaper running costs is the big electric car attraction

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Sustainability is at the forefront of consumers’ minds with 93 per cent of those recently surveyed saying they have made changes to be more sustainable - including recycling (92 per cent), and shopping locally (72 per cent ).

OPW to host 6th Annual Honey Show this weekend

The 6th Annual Office of Public Works (OPW) Biodiversity Festival & Honey Show will take place in Phoenix Park from tomorrow Friday 9 until Sunday 11 September 2022. Tours, lectures, and family activities will take place throughout the weekend. All events are free; however, booking is required for some as places are limited.

Cheaper running costs is the big electric car attraction

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Sustainability is at the forefront of consumers’ minds with 93 percent of those recently surveyed saying they have made changes to be more sustainable, these include recycling (92%), and shopping locally (72%). That is according to a Carzone survey.

 

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