In a post-Brexit reality, an importance is being placed on finding new ways of collaboration between the UK and Ireland. Hannah Muirhead, International Partnerships Officer at LGiU, went to Limerick to attend Joining the Dots – an event organised in partnership with Connecting Places Catapult, the British Embassy in Dublin and Limerick City and County…
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The EU is at the heart of international efforts to address climate change. A new Commission alongside a new Parliament has recently proposed a radical re-configuration of the overall policy framework. We look at these recent moves and explore the potential opportunities for Ireland in becoming carbon neutral within the next 3 decades.
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