Trip to Tommy Earley's

Finding harmony on a sustainable farm

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Check out the sector-by-sector infographics on Leitrim carbon inventory, with facts and figures extracted from the Cròga GHG Baseline Report: Agriculture, Transport, Residential, Energy Industries and the Carbon Sinks.

Trip to Arigna Fuels bioeconomy hub

We paid a visit to Arigna Fuels, intrigued by their sustainable biofuel production line.

Here’s the story of an olive stone journey to become biofuel, and more!

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Finding harmony on a Sustainable Farm

Finding harmony on a Sustainable Farm

I grew up in a small town, still very attached to its rural history, and the concept of the farm is very familiar. But yet, when we left Tommy Earley’s farm, I was speechless with wonder. Last Friday, Tommy greeted us to his house and workplace. He takes care of 80...

How green is Leitrim, really?

How green is Leitrim, really?

That was the question a team of young European researchers hosted by Good Energies Alliance Ireland (GEAI) spent six months working to answer. In December, the team produced the first Irish county-based carbon inventory report of its kind, the Leitrim Cróga Report....

Trip to Arigna Fuels bioeconomy hub

Trip to Arigna Fuels bioeconomy hub

Heritage The whole area surrounding the sleepy village of Arigna, in County Roscommon, near the Leitrim border, was once one of Ireland's lively mining and ironworks hotspot. Thousands of miners, generation after generation, extracted ore from the heart of the nearby...

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From Minsk With Love (And A Little Bit of Patience)

From Minsk With Love (And A Little Bit of Patience)

Hello, my name is Tatsiana, or Tania for short, I’m from Minsk, Belarus. I am a new volunteer at GEAI, but instead of practicing social distancing of 2 meters with the rest of the team, I work at a 2300-something km distance due to a very long visa procedure. When I...

Marine: Quarantine Days

Marine: Quarantine Days

The first day in the house was the arrival one, so it was a very long and tiring day. The second and third days were installation days, when  I unpacked my clothes and sorted them. Also, I spoke with my  family. My sister and my parents wanted a tour of the...

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