Live 95 – Weekly Episode 27 – Bus to Work

Swapping the car for the bus – commuting from County Limerick into the city For this week’s episode, we look at public transport in Limerick City and County and how sustainable it is to reduce your carbon footprint, if you live more rurally.  For more in this series listen in to Live 95 every Thursday […]

East Coast – Weekly Episode 27 – School Transport

Listen back to this week’s episode as we discuss the school transport scheme and calls for it’s expansion and Max chats with local councillor for Bray, Melanie Corrigan about the e-Bike scheme in Bray.  For more in this series listen in to East Coast every Thursday at 8pm.

Q102 – Weekly Tips 19 – TIER

This week Dublin’s Q102 looked at TIER. Did you know… TIER operate in 21 countries across the globe In January 2020, they became the first climate neutral micro-mobility company. You can rent a bike from TIER for €4 every 15 minutes   Where in Ireland uses TIER? Fingal was the first area that TIER bikes […]

Highland Radio – Weekly Tips 18 – The Letterkenny Motor Show

This week Highland Radio discussed Electric cars ahead of the Letterkenny Motorshow Did you know? There are grants available in Ireland to buy electric cars for personal and business use https://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/travel-and-recreation/motoring/buying-or-selling-a-vehicle/electric-vehicles/#1f1908  You can also apply for a grant to have a charging station installed in your home! https://www.seai.ie/grants/electric-vehicle-grants/electric-vehicle-home-charger-grant/  There are also savings to be made […]

Highland Radio – Weekly Episode 18 – The Letterkenny Motor Show

Listen back to this week’s episode as we chat all things Electric Cars with John Dillion, Manager, Manor Motors and Mariane Browne, Sales Executive, Connolly Motor Group at the recent Letterkenny Motor Show  For more in this series listen in to Highland Radio every Tuesday at 12.30pm

Cork’s 96FM – Weekly Tips 19 – Ebee Bike Share scheme

Did you know…  According to a study conducted by the European Cyclists Federation, e-bikes are even better for the environment than electric cars, creating just 2.5 to 5 grams of carbon dioxide per mile. E-bikes require less maintenance and fuel compared to traditional cars and motorcycles, resulting in less waste being produced over their lifetime. […]

Q102 – Weekly Tips 17 – Impact of the Aviation Industry on Climate

This week Dublin’s Q102 spoke to Dr.Stephen Dooley from Trinity College Dublin Did you know… According to the IEA, the aviation industry contributed to 2% of global carbon emissions. During the last 15 years, global air traffic increased by more than two-thirds, reaching roughly 39 million flights carried out in 2019. What can I do […]

KCLR – Weekly Tips 17 – E Bikes in Carlow Town

  Carlow Co Council recently launched the county’s first shared electric bike service in partnership with mobility platform Bolt, offering electronically-powered assisted bicycles for low cost hire to residents and visitors to Carlow town. What is an e-bike? An electric bike, or ebike, is a bicycle equipped with an electric bike motor to assist you […]

KCLR – Weekly Episode 17 – E Bikes in Carlow Town

This week on Ours to Protect, show producer Ethna Quirke spoke to Jannette O’Brien, Climate Action Co-ordinator with Carlow County Council about the recent launch of the new EBIKE scheme for Carlow town.  For more in this series listen in to KCLR every Thursday at 11.20am