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# sustainable - Saturday 23 November, 2019

Community-owned wind power and electric cars: How the Aran Islands want to go green

The islands are aiming to become “energy independent” by 2022.

# sustainable - Sunday 13 October, 2019

Saoirse McHugh: Fast fashion is hard to escape, but it is damaging our environment

There is no room, environmentally or socially, for fast fashion anymore, writes Saoirse McHugh of the Green Party.

# sustainable - Tuesday 13 August, 2019

'A shambles': Homeowners angry after funding stops for pilot grant scheme to help retrofit homes

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland said there was no more funding available.

# sustainable - Friday 8 February, 2019

From The42 All medals for Tokyo 2020 to be made from recycled electronic waste, say organisers Sustainable

All medals for Tokyo 2020 to be made from recycled electronic waste, say organisers

For the 2016 Olympics in Rio, some 30 percent of the silver and bronze in medals came from recycled materials.

# sustainable - Friday 1 February, 2019

From The Daily Edge Veganuary is over, but Holly White tells us how to keep a cruelty-free beauty regime Sustainable Beauty

# sustainable - Saturday 2 June, 2018

Blackcurrant waste from Ribena production could create 'natural' hair dye

Some of the ingredients found in commonly used synthetic hair dyes can trigger allergic reactions.

# sustainable - Thursday 22 March, 2018

'Almost impossible' to estimate how sustainable economy growth is, says ESRI

The ESRI has called for a new method of calculating national accounts to tell if the economy is at risk of overheating.

# sustainable - Thursday 29 June, 2017

Almost 600,000 tonnes of packaging were recycled in Ireland last year

There was a significant increase in the level of plastic recycled.

# sustainable - Thursday 15 January, 2015

Could Belfast be the answer to your property woes?

The property market in Northern Ireland’s first city is set for growth in 2015.

# sustainable - Friday 11 October, 2013

ESB to develop energy efficient headquarters on Fitzwilliam Street

The company said the new building will showcase innovative technologies that will reduce the running costs by 50 per cent.

# sustainable - Friday 28 December, 2012

Free Dublin Bikes for EU delegates during presidency

It is part of a range of cost-saving measures being employed to almost halve the cost of Ireland’s presidency of the EU.

# sustainable - Thursday 13 December, 2012

Objections to proposed Galway Bay organic fish farm

The Irish Wildlife Trust says it has concerns about sea lice infestation, pollution and harmful algal blooms.

# sustainable - Saturday 24 March, 2012

The home of the future? One man’s vision Back To Basics This post contains a poll This post contains images

The home of the future? One man’s vision

A stonemason and thatcher in Co Mayo has revealed his vision for building a home that independent of fossil fuels and free from pollution.

# sustainable - Tuesday 1 March, 2011

EU may change rule requiring fish to be thrown back into sea

Fishermen are currently supposed to throw back any fish over strict quotas, even though they are perfectly edible.