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Most Irish businesses ill-equipped for climate transition, survey finds

Nearly four-fifths of businesses in Ireland have no budget for “sustainability initiatives” while more than half see cost as the main barrier to adopting...

Revenues at EirGrid hit the €1bn mark as demand for electricity reached all-time high

Network operator recorded €71.2m pre-tax profit for last year with firm looking to renewables future It said its higher costs reflected the increasing scale and...

‘Putting bottles and cans into the general recycling bin is not just wasteful – it’s throwing your money away’

Ireland’s Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) is reaching the end of its four-month transition period. From Saturday, any PET bottle or aluminium can from 150ml...

NY Gov. Kathy Hochul flying to Italy, Ireland on taxpayer dime for climate, business events

Gov. Kathy Hochul is jetting overseas on the taxpayers’ dime this week to attend climate and business events in Italy and Ireland. The jaunt —...

Half of us won’t change diet or travel habits to fight climate change, ESRI report shows

Scientists said the study warns that the Government must come clean with the public about the high emissions cost of eating meat, while also...

Business Today: New insurer enters Irish market with motor and home insurance products

South African insurance group Outsurance has initiated a soft launch of Irish motor and home coverage offering in advance of the local unit’s planned...

Revealed: How many jobs in your county are in the highest carbon-emitting sectors?

It reveals that Co Dublin has the lowest share, with just 13pc of employment there in the five highest polluting sectors.The report by the...

Walking and cycling takes 680,000 cars off Irish streets every day, research shows

Those questioned told researchers they would walk and cycle more if they had ­better footpaths, places to stop and rest, traffic-free paths through parks...

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