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Weaning Manufacturers Off Fossil Fuels Requires Lowering Business Risk

One of the biggest leaps that manufacturers could take to drastically lower greenhouse gas emissions globally would be the complete decarbonisation of industry by replacing fossil fuels. But...
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Reducing Your Use of Transport Fuel

We can all see how political conflict is affecting energy supply and prices across Europe. By reducing our use of transport fuel, we can save money, lessen the impact of the energy crisis and...
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Bechtel Supports Irish Port in Offshore Expansion Plans

Shannon Foynes Port Company (SFPC) has selected Bechtel to update its Vision 2041 masterplan to accommodate offshore and onshore investment for the Irish Port. Bechtel will support SFPC in...
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RD&I in Sustainable Manufacturing

There is a global aim to become more sustainable across the entire spectrum of society, championed by developing a truly circular economy. Achieving this will require significant Research,...
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Public Transport Costs Cut In Half For Students And Young Adults

Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan and the NTA have launched the 50% public transport costs reduction for students and young people. The half-price fares took effect from Monday 9th May. The...
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Ocean Economy Fuels European Green Transition

The European Commission has published its annual EU Blue Economy Report showing how the ocean economy is fueling the European green transition. With close to 4.5 million people employed, a...
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Walking and Cycling Takes 330,000 Cars Off Dublin’s Roads Every Day

Walking and Cycling takes 330,000 cars off the road every day in the Dublin Metropolitan Area, according to the 2021 Walking and Cycling Index launched by the Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan...
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Irish Business Struggling With Renewed Supply Chain Issues

Irish business is once again having to restructure their supply chain, amid renewed disruption caused by the resurgence of Covid-19 in China, the Ukraine war and soaring fuel costs. Economists...
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