Global resource management company Veolia, working through its specialist energy performance team, has been awarded the first Carbon Energy Fund Ireland, CEFI, contract for a hospital in Ireland.
Following the live webinar on the 4th July 2018 exclusive to member companies, members can now listen to the webinar to find out everything about the Low Carbon Pledge, from why and how to sign up. The Low Carbon Pledge was launched on May 18th as the first action from the Leaders’ Group on Sustainability
450 Bank of Ireland volunteers swap hedge funds for hedge clippers across Dublin, Galway and Cork On 22 and 23 June, over 450 Bank of Ireland volunteers together with Celebrity Architect and RTÉ star Dermot Bannon tackled 200 gardens in Dublin, Cork and Galway as part of the Great Bank of Ireland Backyard Blitz in
As the newest member of Deloitte North West Europe, Deloitte Ireland was excited to get involved in the first ever NWE Impact Awards which were launched in January this year. These awards were established to showcase the best examples of Deloitte people and teams making an impact for clients, for people in Deloitte and for
Our Business Action on Education Team is now accepting new applicant company volunteers to participate in the 20-week Time to Read.The programme has helped children in 47 primary school second classes double their reading ability compared to their classmates. BITCI manages and facilitates the programme.
Achieving the Business Working Responsibly mark is a visible testimony of excellence in CSR and Sustainability. Some of the top companies in Ireland, across many business sectors, have achieved the Mark, showcasing their organisations as best in class.
The European Commission has recently opened the call for applications to participate to the first European Sustainability Award. This initiative, which is in response to a proposal from CSR Europe and in support with the EU Multi-stakeholder Platform on SDGs, has the objective to reward the efforts and creativity of European people, businesses and organisations.
HEINEKEN Ireland is harnessing the expertise of its partners and stakeholders to become a truly green brewer. Thanks to a renewed emphasis on collaboration and cooperation, the company has had a landmark year in its sustainability journey.HEINEKEN has commissioned the young up-and-coming Cork director Lochlainn McKenna to deliver its sustainability message in a fresh and
Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD recently announced that College Group will invest €10m in building a new renewable energy facility producing biofuel from used cooking oil and animal fats in north Co. Meath. The investment is supported by the Irish government through Enterprise Ireland. The new 25 million litre purpose–built plant
Storm Hector did nothing to dampen the enthusiastic spirit at Diageo’s Learning for Life graduation ceremony on the 14th June. Twenty two graduates, along with their families, Diageo employees, and other members of the community attended this celebratory event. While the Learning for Life programme has been providing education and support for the long term