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Five Degrees of Change: Putting energy into finding solutions to climate crisis

In the fourth episode of our Five Degrees of Change podcast, we asked Codema chief executive Donna Gartland to offer both personal and policy recommendations to combat climate change

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray
22nd March, 2020
Donna Gartland is the chief executive of Codema, Dublin’s Energy Agency. Picture: Fergal Phillips.

Donna Gartland is the new chief executive of Codema, Dublin’s Energy Agency. She is a qualified electrician who decided early on that she wanted to study energy engineering. Completing her Bachelors of Engineering in Energy in Tallaght Institute of Technology, Donna went on to Denmark to pursue a Masters in Sustainable Energy Planning.

In 2013, Gartland joined Codema, where she worked as a senior energy planner, monitoring and reporting the progress of the...

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