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This is the first of a series of briefings discussing the consequences of tourism on the economic and social development of towns and cities (both positive and negative) since the year 2017 – which was declared by the United Nations the Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development.
On July 28th 2022 LGiU Australia and VLGA brought together a panel of council chief executives from England, Scotland and Victoria, along with the Victorian Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability to discuss their varying approaches to biodiversity planning and green spaces.
You might think of e-scooters when you hear ‘micromobility’, the term refers to a wide range of small vehicles, including bicycles. The global market for micromobility is predicted to grow by $800bn by 2030, including vehicle sales, services, and software and analytic opportunities. This member briefing explores the future potential and how to get there.
The publication of the Census of Population 2022 – Preliminary Results revealed that Ireland’s population had 5 million for the first time in over 170 years. This has led to speculation that some Dáil constituencies might ‘benefit’ in terms of additional TDs, however, the big focus of the report was housing. This briefing reviews the…
This online session is a chance for those new to working in a political environment with members to understand the respective roles and the skills needed. It is also a chance for more experienced officers to reflect on their experiences and add to their toolkit of approaches and skills.
This briefing addresses some of the preliminary findings of the April 2022 Census undertaken in Ireland. Ireland’s population is growing at rates not previously seen in the OECD and this briefing examines the challenges of trying to deliver balanced regional growth in such conditions.
You may have heard of mnemonic devices before but have you ever created a mind map? Learn fun ways to train your brain to remember lots of information and understand specific techniques to improve your ability to process and absorb written information using different styles of reading techniques.