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Environment Ireland® Yearbook 2020
The essential guide to the Irish environment
Secure your copy of the Environment Ireland Yearbook
The fourth edition of the Environment Ireland Yearbook 2020, introduced by Minister Richard Bruton TD and the Northern Ireland Environment Agency, is now available to order. This is the comprehensive reference book for those interested in environmental issues in Ireland, north and south. The Yearbook is an excellent addition to any office working in the environment sector throughout 2020.
The Yearbook is launched each Autumn at the major Environment Ireland Conference, organised in association with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment. The conference is now in its 15th year.
Why order the Environment Ireland Yearbook?
- Essential reference to the Irish environment sector at your finger tips
- Useful overview of environmental policy in Ireland and beyond
- Can be found on the desks of environmental professionals: Directors, senior managers, consultants
- View the 100 individuals in the Irish environment sector
- Packed with useful information and listings
Water quality, infrastructure and services overview can be found in this chapter.
Public health and the environment
This chapter examines the relationship between the environment and public health, which is an area of growing concern including increasing levels of air and noise pollution.
Biodiversity in Ireland, including a look at the Birds and Habitats Directive. Peatlands and forestry can be found in the natural capital chapter.
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The Environment Ireland Yearbook is on the desks of top decision makers in the environmental sector. For information on how your organisation can benefit from having an all-year-round presence in this unique publication contact Sam Tobin on +353 (0)1 661 3755 or email email@example.com.