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3rd January 2023

CCAC: Ireland falling well short of emissions targets

The Climate Change Advisory Council (CCAC) annual review has found that only two sectors are making ‘good progress’ in the implementation of the National Adaption Framework […]
3rd January 2023

Minister Eamon Ryan TD: “Our whole forestry system has to change”

Minister Eamon Ryan TD says it is critical to ensure an integrated approach to the challenges of the climate, biodiversity, and pollution crises. Ryan states that […]
3rd January 2023

Challenges to increase the circularity of the Northern Ireland economy

Northern Ireland’s economy is only 7.9 per cent circular, leaving a 92 per cent circularity gap. If the economy is to transition away from its current […]
3rd January 2023

Cross-border cooperation necessary to combat climate change

Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are both transitioning towards green economies, and with respective goals of reaching net zero by 2050, cooperation on energy […]
3rd January 2023

Greenhouse gas reductions in Northern Ireland less than half the UK average

Northern Ireland’s greenhouse gas emissions have reduced at a much slower rate than other regions over the UK in the past two decades. Statistics from the […]
3rd January 2023

European water policy priorities

­­Claudia Castell-Exner, President of EurEau, the European federation of water services, speaks to eolas about European water policy developments, particularly the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive, […]
3rd January 2023

Ireland’s water and wastewater future

Key stakeholders in Ireland’s water and wastewater future discuss some of the future challenges and opportunities across the sector. What is the biggest challenge facing the […]
3rd January 2023

Sewage treatment in a circular economy

Achieving the transition to a circular economy requires change not only in regulatory and institutional approaches, but also in how citizens appreciate their individual and collective […]
3rd January 2023

Minister Darragh O’Brien TD: Improving water services

“Substantial and sustained investment” from the Government and accommodating population growth are vital to ensure that Ireland’s water infrastructure deficits are addressed, according to Minister for […]