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Energy generation potential on Estuary more than domestic

The renewable energy generation potential of the Shannon Estuary is beyond a domestic opportunity and very much at European scale, the Dutch and German...

Cratloe Community shortlisted for energy award

Cratloe Community Council, which is registered as a Sustainable Energy Community (SEC) with the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), is a member of...

More Eagles to be released on Lough Derg

The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) has released White-tailed Eagles into the wild as part of a long-term initiative to re-establish a population of this iconic, and once extinct, species in Ireland.

Doolin Folk Festival next weekend

Hotel Doolin is Ireland’s Greenest Hotel, the first carbon neutral hotel in the country and winner of Ireland’s Greenest Business at the Green Awards 2022.

Public input sought on Cliffs of Moher Strategy 2040

A second phase of public and stakeholder consultation is underway in relation to the development of a long-term strategy and site masterplan for Ireland’s most visited natural attraction.

Shannon Airport awarded carbon accreditation  

Shannon Airport has received globally recognised accreditation for its efforts in tackling carbon emissions.

Closing date nears for submissions to Draft County Plan

The Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council is reminding the people of Clare that the deadline for making submissions on the Draft County Development Plan closes on Monday, 28th March, at 4:00pm.

Shannon Group to roll out EV charging stations 

Shannon Group has confirmed plans to roll out public Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations across its campus in a bid to help reduce carbon emissions. 

Burrenbeo hosts Learning Landscape Symposium

Burrenbeo Trust will be hosting the 11th annual Learning Landscape Symposium that will bring together leading change-makers and educators on the theme of From Learning to Action from the 18th to the 20th March 2022 at the community centre in Kinvara, Co.Galway and outdoors in the Burren.
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