Northern Ireland
Ignoring sustainability isn’t an option – Mullan
David Wright
David Wright reports from the annual dinner organised by the NI Food and Drink Association
9 October 2023 News
Kepak appoints Niamh Marshall to board
There has been a new appointment to the board of Kepak.
4 October 2023 News
Budget 2024 – what are the main asks for renewables?
With Budget 2024 less than a week away, Stephen Robb assesses the main asks from each of the renewable and lobbying organisations.
Calls for biomethane from agri feed stock to be given double credits
RGFI is proposing a multiplier by a factor of at least two to incentivise and reward the production of biomethane from the agri-food sector.
28 September 2023 News
Small scale renewables are lower priority in NI
New small-scale installations will still have a role going forward, particularly on sites where there is a high electricity demand.
13 September 2023 Northern Ireland
Land use and land use strategy grand plan
The impact on rural towns and villages of such land use changes needs to be analysed.
Land use: a lot of policy and not a huge amount of action
Lorcan Roche Kelly says that in announcing policies and targets, there needs to be a much better understanding of where we are with land use and what the proposed land use changes will mean.
Land use changes dominate thoughts for Irish farmers
Some of the solutions or alternatives to land use change pushed at EU level are struggling in terms of a dependable income generator for Irish farms.
14 June 2023 Viewpoints