Looking to an eco-friendly future

While there are lots of things property owners can do to try to reduce their carbon footprint, investing in an eco-development is the best option, writes Diarmaid Condon.

16th June, 2007

While there are lots of things property owners can do to try to reduce their carbon footprint, investing in an eco-development is the best option, writes Diarmaid Condon.

The rise to power of the Green Party has focused us on ways we can find to live live our lives in amore eco-friendly manner. This is no less the case in the overseas property market.

One of the industries which has been most chastised for its...

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