Salary €33,000 – €45,000 commensurate with experience, skills and qualifications. Do you believe that action on climate change is the defining issue of our times and that the built environment plays a key role? Do you have a professional background in construction sector and sustainability? Do you want to work in a position where you […]
Archives for March 2019
In January 2019, the IGBC, in conjunction with the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Carrig and Lincoln University, organised two workshops to discuss the potential impacts of climate change on Ireland’s built and archaeological heritage, and prioritise the short- and long-term adaptation actions needed. Workshop participants were asked to express their concerns in relation to the impacts of climate change on the built and/or archaeological heritage, and to discuss what is required to better protect this heritage.
WorldGBC urges a pragmatic approach to the sustainable finance taxonomy On 22 February, WorldGBC Europe submitted their response to a consultation from the technical expert group on sustainable finance set up by the European Commission on a classification system – or taxonomy – for environmentally sustainable economic activities. This follows on from the Commission’s legislative proposal on an EU […]
On Tuesday, 12th Feb, Ireland’s National Renovation Upskilling Committee (Reno-NUC) was officially launched by Minister Damien English T.D. The objective of the committee is to encourage and facilitate construction workers and building professionals upskilling in energy renovation.