“They are really enthusiastic young people interested in the environment, in the issues that we addressed like climate change and they are really highly skills, so we benefit from their skills”, said Aedin McLoughlin, director of Good Energies Alliance Ireland (GEAI) about the European Volunteer Service (EVS).
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“Even Irish sunlight can be used to kill bacteria in water in glass or plastic bottles”, says Prof Kevin McGuigan, associate professor in the Department of Physiology and Medical Physics and director of the Solar Disinfection Group at the Royal College of Surgeons.
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While Irish households are making efforts to save money by reducing their energy consumption, food waste is not a priority yet. However, in Ireland, over one million tonnes of food are wasted every year, namely around 80 kg per person. A recent survey commissioned by Sainsbury’s shows that only 3% of UK householders are concerned by wasting food.
September 8th, 2016 Three leading Irish environmental organisations are currently looking for new staff. The Irish Peatlands Conservation Council (IPCC), …
The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport has been accused of ‘mocking’ the 2015 Paris Climate Accord by failing to adhere to national policy and legislation in its recent Transport Strategy for the Greater Dublin Area.
Environmental group Friends of the Irish Environment (FIE) claims that Minister Shane Ross T.D. breached his legal obligations under the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development Act 2015 to ‘have regard to’ the objective of mitigating greenhouse gas emissions in the department’s new strategy.
Irish Environmental NGO Friends of the Irish Environment (FIE) has called for changes to a balloon-release event planned for this Sunday by the Cork Association for Autism.
The organisation’s annual ‘Blue Balloon and Fun Walk’ is scheduled for 11 am on Sunday the 11th at Blackrock, Cork, and includes a balloon-release. FIE are appealing to the Autism group to ‘keep it on a string’, in a move to prevent the balloons from harming wildlife.