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Ireland should raise carbon taxes and waste charges - OECD

The Irish Times 11 May 2021
The State should increase carbon taxes, introduce water charges and impose higher waste charges, according to a 10-yearly review of Ireland’s environmental record by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) ... the impact changes will have on rural Ireland.
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Ireland needs water charges to meet environmental targets, OECD warns

The Irish Times 10 May 2021
Ireland needs to reconsider the introduction of domestic water charges, increase waste fees and implement congestion charging to meet its environmental targets, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has warned ... Ireland stands alone among OECD countries in not having such charges.
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Ireland needs water and congestion charges to meet environmental targets, warns OECD

The Irish Times 10 May 2021
Ireland needs to re-consider the introduction of domestic water charges, increase waste fees and implement congestion charging to meet its environmental targets, the OECD has warned. In a major review of Ireland’s environment performance over the past decade the OECD found environmental pressures remain too closely linked to strong economic growth.
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Biochar Market Actionable Research on Covid-19 Rising Adoption to Boost the Growth | BlackCarbon A/S� ...

The Sentinel Newspaper 09 May 2021
industry. The report also provides a comprehensive analysis of key trends and advanced technologies ... BlackCarbon A/S�, Biochar Industries, Swiss Biochar GmbH, Carbon Terra GmbH, Biochar Ireland, Sunriver Biochar, Pacific Biochar Benefit Corporation, Waste to Energy Solutions Inc., Airex Energy, Carbon Gold, Clean Fuels B.V., 3R ENVIRO TECH Group ... ....
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A&M Consolidated's Maria Ireland ready for first trip to state track meet

The Bryan Eagle 05 May 2021
A&M Consolidated’s Maria Ireland waited all season to compete, and when she got the chance, she didn’t waste it ... “I felt good,” Ireland said ... Ireland will compete in the wheelchair division at state on Friday at Mike A ... Training with faster runners helped Ireland build up her own speed and prepare for regionals, she said.
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Made with Mushrooms reveals partnership with Melissa Hemsley

Fresh Plaza 05 May 2021
The UK and Ireland Mushrooms Producers is launching a new campaign to support their Made With Mushrooms platform, which inspires the nation to cook new and flavourful food that highlights the versatility of mushrooms in recipes ... them the ideal ingredient providing zero food waste.
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Northern Bank robbery: New BBC documentary shines light on crime that shook peace process

Belfast Telegraph 02 May 2021
Fifteen years on from the heist, Mr Cunningham is still adamant that the cash seized from his home belonged to Bulgarian businessmen hoping to invest in Ireland ... This move prompted then Chief Constable Hugh Orde to declare the robbery “the largest theft of waste paper in history of Northern Ireland”.
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Summer of outdoor socialising: Extra litter staff and public toilets to tackle pandemic gatherings

Irish Independent 30 Apr 2021
However, some councils seem to be taking much more action than others ... Read More. ‘A day of hope for Ireland’ as 200,000 workers set to be offered jobs back. “Additional barrels for waste are being introduced at high-amenity locations across the city,” a Dublin City Council spokesman said ... .
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Summer of outdoor socialising: Councils forced to hire extra litter staff to tackle pandemic gatherings

Irish Independent 30 Apr 2021
However, some councils seem to be taking much more action than others ... Read More. ‘A day of hope for Ireland’ as 200,000 workers set to be offered jobs back. “Additional barrels for waste are being introduced at high-amenity locations across the city,” a Dublin City Council spokesman said ... .
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Councils hire staff and add bins ahead of summer after piles of litter dumped at beauty spots

Irish Independent 30 Apr 2021
However, some councils seem to be taking much more action than others ... Read More. ‘A day of hope for Ireland’ as 200,000 workers set to be offered jobs back. “Additional barrels for waste are being introduced at high-amenity locations across the city,” a Dublin City Council spokesman said ... .
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Everything you need to know about recycling electrical items

RTE 29 Apr 2021
My Waste is Ireland's official guide to managing your waste where you find everything you need and want to know about managing your waste responsibly and helping the planet ... You can find out more about what happens to your waste HERE!.
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Ireland among most ambitious on climate action, Tánaiste insists

The Irish Times 29 Apr 2021
With Ireland’s new climate law, the country “is now one of the most ambitious countries in the world on climate”, according to Tánaiste Leo Varadkar ... “Our targets will require a huge shift in the energy we use, how we manage our waste, our housing stock and transport systems,” he added.
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Ireland’s data regulator failing to rein in tech giants, committee to hear

The Irish Times 27 Apr 2021
In his opening statement Dr Ryan will reiterate his argument that the commission’s failure to uphold the rights of European citizens “creates economic and reputational risks for Ireland”. Max Schrems ... He recently described Ireland’s approach to protecting European Union citizens’ data as a “Kafkaesque” waste of Irish taxpayers’ money ... Intervene ... .
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Labour Court to hold inquiry into plans for childcare sector pay rates

The Irish Times 27 Apr 2021
The inquiry by the Labour Court into the issue is to be held on Friday, May 28th ... Ireland risks wasting its chance for a radical new approach to care systems Annual cost of providing State-run childcare could top €2bn Half of working mothers consider giving up work over childcare costs ... Terms and conditions ... .
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Social enterprise a valuable addition at the heart of community

The Irish Times 26 Apr 2021
There are hundreds of social enterprises operating in Ireland offering everything from toys to seeds to tin pots and water and even something as simple and as vital as human contact ... Because of Cunningham, the Home Share concept is now part of Government policy – Ireland is, she says, “the first and only country where that is the case”.

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