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Turkey is still on the table, but climate minister Richard Bruton is planning a more sustainable Christmas
Richard Bruton says that he has become more environmentally conscious since becoming minister.
No turkey for Christmas dinner? Here's a vegan recipe from the head chef at Cornucopia
No animal products? No problem. A recipe for celeriac strudels with portobello mushrooms and sun-dried tomatoes.
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Planning a meat-free Christmas? Here's some tasty vegetarian recipes
Chefs and food writers offer some vegetarian inspiration for the festive season.
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Want to cut down on meat and dairy this Christmas? Here's some advice from the experts
A guide to the best vegetarian and vegan food this Christmas.
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The Explainer: Is it possible to have an environmentally-friendly Christmas?
That’s what we’re asking in this week’s episode.
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How to gift-wrap without all the waste this Christmas
Here’s a guide to a lower-waste wrapping experience.
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50% of people are planning a more environmentally-friendly Christmas
That’s according to a survey carried out by Amarach Research for RTÉ’s Claire Byrne Live/
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Fake or real? What kind of Christmas tree is best for the environment?
Trying to have a greener Christmas? You should consider buying a real tree.
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Can you have a Green Christmas when shopping for presents online? Here's what the experts advise
Want to avoid giant retailers and go green this Christmas? It’ll take a little bit of extra research – but it is possible.
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Trying to shop for presents more sustainably this Christmas? Here's what experts suggest
From wrapping paper to wax wraps, a guide to making Christmas shopping a little greener.