Glenmalure Rural Energy Group host a training session in Kirikee Hall this evening

The river crossing at Barravore, Glenmalure

Glenmalure Rural Energy Group host a training session in Kirikee Hall, Glenmalure on Thursday 24th January at 7pm. All Welcome.

Are you interested in helping to create a sustainable community in our local area? Want to know more?

Please come along, everyone is welcome. Facilitator Conor O’Leary from KWETB is hosting a training session with our small group of volunteers on Thursday 24th January in Kirikee Hall at 7pm.

His focus is on empowering communities and will help us with capacity building, generating ideas and developing plans for our future actions.

We have applied to SEAI to become a Sustainable Energy Community and hope to gain funding to create an Energy Master Plan for our local area. If you fancy joining in and finding out more then come along. You might even get a cuppa tea and lots of chat. And please spread the word!

We live on a fragile planet with finite resources, and our individual actions have a global impact.

To ensure that future generations have enough resources to meet their needs, we have to take steps today to make our communities more sustainable.

While sustainable development is often linked to environment, there are also economic and social sides to sustainable development. It is something everyone can work towards, whether it is picking up litter, planting a community garden, creating sustainable employment scheme, promoting health and well-being or creating sustainable energy solutions, anyone can help to make their community, Ireland and our planet more sustainable.

For more information please contact Anita Wheeler on 086-8845624

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