Monthly Archives: May 2013


EXCLUSIVE: ‘Too many strategies and not enough culture’

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Too many strategies and not enough culture’ Businesses do not always fulfil their “wonderful sustainability strategies” due to a weak partnership with HR, according to Unilever’s Geoff McDonald. Speaking at the Sustainability Communications Forum yesterday, Unilever’s vice president of

GIB funded biomass project could save 150k tonnes of C02

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GIB funded biomass project could save 150k tonnes of C02 The UK Green Investment Bank (GIB) has today announced a £4.9m investment into its first energy efficiency project, which replaces inefficient heating systems with biomass boilers. The project, which will

Low carbon enterprise is ‘bullish new breed’ of business

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Low carbon enterprise is ‘bullish new breed’ of business Small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) driving the low carbon economy are a “bullish” breed of business intent on pursuing a global low carbon sector, forecast to be worth £4trn by

Atmospheric CO2 levels reach ‘highest in human history’

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Atmospheric CO2 levels reach ‘highest in human history’ Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the global atmosphere have reached 400 parts per million (ppm) for the first time in human history, according to the latest data. Last week, the daily mean

Winner of Imagine Energy Announced

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Winner of Imagine Energy Announced   The Lord Mayor of Dublin Naoise Ó Muirí announced the winner of theImagine Energy Design Competition at the launch of the exhibition of entries in the Atrium of the Civic Offices at Wood Quay.  The

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