Aisling O'Rourke explores all things living green.
On this week’s Let’s Go Green it’s all things electric. Aisling speaks with Steve Sherwood of Sherwood Tech repairs in Mullingar about giving your tech devices a second life and we look into the Government’s plans to install thousands of electric car chargers around the country.
On this week’s Let’s Go Green Aisling investigates the plight of the ancient Curlew. The bird is now officially in crisis but what can be done to prevent the loss of its ancient call entirely? Niall Hatch from Birdwatch Ireland gives us his take on the imminent extinction of the Curlew. And fresh from the stage in Abu Dhabi Junk Koture World innovation winner Clodagh Ramsey updates us on her whilwind journey. Tune in on Midlands103.com and get in contact with Aisling directly here: https://bit.ly/3HL0eHK
On this week’s Let’s Go Green Aisling speaks with Orla Martin of the Offaly Local Enterprise Office on all the supports available to help your business become more environmentally friendly. From a green audit to finding there are a host of supports on offer.
Raymond Higgins of the National Vegetable Society also gives us tips on what we can do now to get our gardens ready to grow our own food this year.
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Episode 31 - Monday, December 19th
On this week’s episode of Let’s Go Green Aisling speaks to John Fitzpatrick of the IFA about the recent spate of dog attacks on farm animals and asks what can be done to stop the bloodshed. And as we gear up for the big day on Sunday Stewart Kenny of Dublin Photography School has some tips for us on catching that beautiful winter light and managing to wrangle the family for at least one nice photo this Christmas.
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Episode 30 - 12th December
On this week’s Let’s Go Green Aisling speaks with Minister Ossian Smyth about the deposit return scheme and the circular economy. We find out why traffic is forcing Robbins to become more aggressive and speak with author Rachel McKenna about her new book Traditional Architecture in Offaly.
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Episode 29 - Monday, 5th December
On this week's episode of let's go green Aisling talks food waste with Yvonne Carty of Hey Pesto, we check in on the latest announcement around the deposit return scheme with Colin O'Byrne of Voice Ireland. Reporter Chloe Farrell has a selection of Christmas gift ideas all made right here in the midlands. AND you have a chance to win a fabulous selection of gifts.