Killarney Mountain Fest 2019

Killarney Mountain Fest celebrates the mountains around Killarney through a weekend of walks, talks, film screenings, family activities, and live music. The festival has already taken some measures to green its gathering in 2018, including branded reusable coffee cups, discounts for using reusable cups, a ‘gearfest’ where festival goers could buy and sell unwanted second-hand […]

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Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann Drogheda 2018

Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann came to Drogheda in 2018, and will stay in the town for 2019 as well. Continuing on from the greening of previous fleadhs, the committee in Drogheda carried out a number of greening measures in 2018. This included a Green Fleadh local business programme, a reusable fleadh beer glass, bike hire, […]

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Biddy’s Day Festival, Killorglin, Saturday 3rd February 2018

Killorglin’s one-day festival celebrating Biddy’s Day takes place Saturday, 3rd February 2018.  This year, the organisers are taking steps to green the festival. See more here.    

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Greening Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann, Inis, 2016 and 2017

Great measures were taken to green Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann in Ennis during its tenure in Clare for 2016 and 2017. See more here

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Green Fleadh Ceoil Sligo 2015

With support from The Local Authority Prevention Network (LAPN) and Green Your Festival, The Fleadh Ceoil in Sligo has taken a number of measures to go green in 2015, building on the work done in 2014. A reusable Green Fleadh branded plastic glass for use outdoors proved popular. A ‘Green Aware’ programme has been run […]

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Food for Thought Garden wins Silver Medal at Bloom!

We’re delighted to announce that The Food for Thought Garden won a Silver Prize at Bloom! The main aim of the Food for Thought Garden at Bloom, designed by Elma Fenton and commissioned by Dublin City Council and Cork Institute of Technology’s Clean Technology Centre, is to highlight food waste and show how to prevent […]

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Clare Garden Festival Goes Green Again in 2014

Clare Garden Festival in Ennis went green again in 2014 with a great turnout and many initiatives. Stop Food Waste and Maintaining your Septic Tank were the 2 main messages at the Environment stand.  Two of the local Master Composters, Maureen and Jean helped out.  Donal O’Leary (Stop Food Waste) and Joan Tarmey (Clare County Council) had […]

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Dublin City Council works with Bloom 2014

As part of the National Waste Prevention Programme, Dublin City Council are assisting the organisers of the Bloom 2014 Festival with greening initiatives. Bloom 2014 is taking place in the Phoenix Park Dublin over the June bank holiday weekend, from Thursday 29th May until Monday 2nd June 2014. Bloom 2013 was the 7th year of […]

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Special Olympics Limerick 2014 Goes Green

The 2014 Special Olympics Ireland Games will take place in Limerick from Thursday 12th to Sunday 15th June 2014. 1,500 Special Olympics athletes from the 4 corners of Ireland will participate in the 3-day residential Games, in 13 sports competitions and a Motor Activities Training Programme. In addition to the 1,500 athletes we will also […]

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Adare to Survive 2013 Goes Green

Adare to Survive is a 7.5km military style obstacle race taking place in Clonshire Equestrian Centre Adare, Co Limerick on Sunday September 29th 2013. Organisers are gearing up to accommodate 1000 contestants and approximately the same number of spectators. This year, with support from the Regional Waste Management Office, Adare to Survive is going […]

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