Sustainable Skerries

Wondering what this whole transition town thing is all about? You’re not the only one. Thankfully, Transition Towns Ireland is here to help. It’s a site for sharing information amongst all...

The Parents’ Council of Scoil Réalt na Mara will hold their annual secondhand book sale on Sunday, June 14 at the main entrance to St. Patrick’s Church, Strand Street, after 9am...

The Sustainable Skerries Transition Town Initiative held its first public meeting in the Old School House on Wednesday, June 3. We’d like to thank everyone who attended for coming along and...

Skerries News has come up with an innovative idea to keep Skerries’ beaches clean, safe and looking great. Stretches of the beach, from the Rugby Club all the way round to...

A suburb of the German city of Freiburg is actively discouraging driving to create a car free, or at least, car reduced community. 70% of families in the town of Vauban...

Codema, a sustainable energy agency that advises local authorities and individuals, has launched a new website aimed at anyone who wants to join with their neighbours to improve the energy efficiency...

How much energy does searching the internet use? That’s the question that Google addressed recently on its own blog. Their figures compare the amount of carbon dioxide emitted each time a...

A group of engineers, academics, architects, geologists, and construction experts have launched a plan to make Ireland energy independent within five years. The Spirit of Ireland group intends to harness wind...

. The Sustainable Skerries Transition town initiative was launched in Skerries Mills on Sunday May 3rd. There was an excellent turnout, with crowds flocking to learn more about sustainable energy, gardening,...

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