Thursday June 4, 2020

Chambers Ireland establishes Low Carbon Economy Taskforce

Transitioning to a low carbon economy has been identified has been identified as a key priority by the Chamber Network

18th April, 2019

Chambers Ireland has established a new Low Carbon Economy Taskforce which will meet quarterly over the course of the year. The taskforce is made up of nine regionally spread stakeholders, mostly made up of chamber staff.

Transitioning to a low carbon economy has been identified has been identified as a key priority by the Chamber Network. Chambers Ireland has yet to make any recommendations, but it will be looking at how issues such as energy...

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