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Galway’s largest urban regeneration scheme awarded prestigious One Planet Living® Sustainability Leader status
Bonham Quay, the new mixed-use development in the heart of Galway City, has been recognised as a leader in One Planet Living® by the international sustainability charity ‘Bioregional’, it was confirmed yesterday (Wednesday).
To have represented the people of Galway West/South Mayo in Dáil Éireann since my election in February 2016 has been a privilege and one that I have greatly respected.
BY DECLAN VARLEY
Climate action, environmental protection, providing world class sustainable public transport, and supporting increased cycling infrastructure in the city will be the chief campaign points for the Green Party's Pauline O'Reilly, at Election 2020.
Like most counties, Galway is coastal, and beyond it stretches a large swathe of sea that forms part of Ireland’s maritime area. The coast and seas possess environmental and social treasures: a diverse ecosystem, a range of recreational opportunities such as swimming, fishing and sailing, important parts of the tourist mix offered by the county.
Once you enter the Ecofuel HQ at Ballybane, you get that rich smell of fresh kiln dried timber; evenly cut logs, cylindrical wood briquettes, all holding their original scent — the woody aroma of the Latvian forests from where they came. There in beautiful pallets and bags lie the finest sustainable firewood; so dry you want to touch it, to lift it to your nostril and smell it.
Our newest product, PiniKay eco logs, might just accelerate the transition back to sustainable fuels. The ‘PiniKay’ name is a nod to the machine that compresses waste wood from sawmills into dense log-shaped briquettes that burn long and hot like coal and peat but without the ash. Or the carbon footprint.
If the pre-Christmas fear that we would have a general election achieved nothing else, it did flush a few Dáil hopefuls out into the public domain, resulting in a bit of competitive electioneering, particularly from two of the city's more testosterone loaded FF hopefuls.
Galway Bay Cycling Club, as part of the Cycling Ireland Bike for Life / Women in Sport Initiative, propose to hold a 6-8 week course beginning this weekend.
Mayo Organic Group