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6th May 2022

Sustainability and climate action at the heart of key NDP-funded OPW projects

The Office of Public Works (OPW) has one of the largest and most diverse property portfolios in the State, including over 2,000 buildings that range from […]
6th May 2022

Achieving sustainable infrastructure through asset management

The principles of asset management are key to making the necessary investment decisions to transition to sustainable infrastructure but changes from traditional to whole life costing […]
6th May 2022

Gas and nuclear projects could be labelled green from 2023 onward

New rules proposed by the European Commission would classify investments in some gas and nuclear plants as sustainable from January 2023 onwards. Opinion within the European […]
6th May 2022

Climate actions to be taken in 2022

With the Government due to publish its long-term climate strategy that will plot Ireland’s path to net zero emissions by 2050 within the first quarter of […]
6th May 2022

Delivering innovation and green growth: The Housing Executive’s plans to tackle climate change

With a budget of £1.2 billion annually, the Housing Executive is a major economic force in Northern Ireland. As the strategic housing authority for Northern Ireland, […]
6th May 2022

Climate: Net zero by 2050

The Assembly has backed a net zero greenhouse gas emissions target for 2050 but the outcome is not the favoured position of either of the two […]
6th May 2022

Decarbonisation in Northern Ireland

Energy Saving Trust welcomes the recent publication of the Energy Strategy for Northern Ireland The Path to Net Zero Energy and associated Action Plan for 2022. […]
6th May 2022

Building a sustainable culture

As we begin to imagine a post-Covid world, businesses must again pivot to a new normal beyond the pandemic. At RiverRidge, we recognise that while the […]