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Airlines, power stations and cement factories among Ireland’s top polluters
Anne O'Donoghue
A number of food processors and agri-food businesses also reported their emissions under the EU’s emission trading system.
Gas operators request for information
The information will be used to map the production potential of biomethane relative to the current gas network in NI
Urgent clarity needed for farmers on net zero definition - study
Researchers in the University of Galway analysed the strengths and weaknesses of different definitions of net zero.
ESB profits soar to €868m in 2023
Electricity generator says profitability needs to be maintained to fund investment plans.
7 March 2024 News
Job well done for Dunshaughlin Community College
Students from Dunshaughlin Community College in Co Meath have won the 2024 Certified Irish Angus Schools Competition for their data-led sustainability approach when rearing Angus calves.
6 March 2024 Pedigree
Colm McCarthy: farming emissions figures
Ireland is not well placed to be offering electricity exports, since generating capacity is tight.
6 March 2024 Viewpoints
Cutting carbon is a long-term challenge
During a recent AHDB monitor cereal farm meeting, the results of a carbon audit were outlined to group members.
28 February 2024 Northern Ireland
Tillage Podcast: carbon, tillage funding and a new product
On this week’s show, we have plenty of guests from the Minister of State to Teagasc, Tirlán and Syngenta.
22 February 2024 News
New research: proving Irish grain has low carbon emissions
Irish oats are close to carbon neutral, according to new research, and the carbon footprint of Irish grain is likely much lower than estimated.
20 February 2024 News
Fertiliser and soil fertility trends
John Carroll, Tirlan, Mark Plunkett, Teagasc and Finbarr O'Regan, DAFM look at the trends for chemical fertiliser in previous years.
14 February 2024 Fertilizers
The path of trade deals and environmental legislation remains fixed
The future of farming still looks like more competition and more regulation.
7 February 2024 News
Tillage Podcast: payments and counting plants, crops and carbon
On this week’s Tillage Podcast, we have advice for farmers on what to do with poorly established crops.
1 February 2024 News