The Ireland Portugal Business Network is providing the platform for these game-changers in the political, social, technological, corporate, and academic arenas to shine some light on what it truly means to go green, as is tradition on St. Patrick’s Day. In 2021 Portugal took the Presidency of the EU Council and has been driving green initiatives to the forefront of the international agenda ever since to ensure a sustainable future. The IPBN’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Sustainability Conference was created as a can't-miss event for greener living through eye-opening talks and presentations, socially distanced cultural events, and other member activities focusing on projects and initiatives in building sustainable environments. Here's a snippet of what we learned this year.
Following the IPBN’s Blue Economy Conference in Sep 2021, there have been many milestone achievements worth mentioning. However, steps in the right direction need to be made more quickly and more often as alarming climate disasters continue to ravage the planet.
One man's trash is another man's treasure, and today it seems it can also mean gainful employment outside of garbage collection. The award-winning National Circular Economy demonstration center uses the former Ballymun Project as a space to develop social enterprises. The
In the context of the pandemic and the challenges presented by it necessitates an open and competitive market, but open doesn’t mean a defense-less one. Barry Andrews, MEP, explained the search for this balance
Ireland-based KRA Renewables has a wealth of experience in design, project management, and contract administration, having delivered a wide range of commercial commissions for various large-scale projects with budgets in excess of €40 million.
Susan Cabeceiras is an experienced business manager with a demonstrated history of working in the architecture & planning industry through her 11 years as Founder and CEO of Konceptness, a Lisbon and Porto-based company specialized in the creation
The Nova School of Business and Economics (SBE) Road to Impact Report presents its activities in the academic year of 2019/20, which have been built on the pillars of sustainability and its commitment to the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Legislation is quite different in each country when it comes to the insurance market, and in many cases, if not most, there have not been any discussions on managing insurance costs as our planet gets hotter and the ice caps continue melting at alarming rates.
The IPBN is providing the platform for sustainability game-changers in the political, social, technological, corporate, and academic arenas to shine some light on what it truly means to go green, as is tradition on St. Patrick’s Day.
“We have a different way of doing communications to show products in a different light through events with speakers related to environmentally friendly organic products. We also provide cultural entertainment like music, theatre, and dance for larger events. Ultimately, sustainability is our number-one goal,” Serrano told the IPBN.
To help broaden our understanding of the Blue Economy in anticipation of the IPBN's upcoming Blue Economy Conference on September 30, we're bringing you news from the industry on investment opportunities, technological advancements, and the entrepreneurs and projects who are putting their talents to work for the good of humanity.
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