Newstalk has teamed up with SSE Airtricity to take a deep dive into climate change and sustainability.
We all want to live in a cleaner, greener world and we know small choices can make a big difference to the world we want to live in.
Over the next three weeks, we’ll get the expert view from activists and specialists as we explore the hurdles we must clear to protect our planet and discuss how we can all reduce waste and energy consumption.
As well as supplying thousands of businesses with renewable energy, SSE Airtricity also help with how you use that energy in your everyday operations, making a big difference to the environment, and your bottom line.
Go Green with Newstalk, and Ireland’s largest provider of 100% green energy, SSE Airtricity.
Listen back to some of our Newstalk Goes Green podcasts
Moncrieff: Sean chats to John Gibbons about positive solutions to the climate crisis.
Newstalk Breakfast: The GAA are currently piloting the Green Clubs Programme.
The Hard Shoulder: Barbara Scully invited Susan Andrews, Demand Generation Campaigns Manager with the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) to the house so that she could get an assessment of how she’s doing, and plans for future investment.
Down to Business: Bobby was joined by Áine Martin, Green Team Leader with Hotel Doolin, in Co. Clare - Ireland’s first carbon-neutral hotel.
The Pat Kenny Show: Today we are going to take a look at our gardens with our own Paraic Horkan.
Lunchtime Live: Andrea chats to Brian McIntyre, Programme Executive in Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland & Francis Clauson - Owner of Ireland’s First A1 Rated and Passive Certified Home in Ireland .
The Hard Shoulder: Barbara Scully, went on supermarket sweep in Super Valu Blackrock Dublin and was joined by Carley Dennan, from SuperValu Blackrock and Mindy O’Brien, from Voice of Irish Concern for the Environment.
The Home Show: Sarah Miller - CEO of the ‘Rediscovery Centre’ in Dublin joined Sinead to discuss how we can all reduce waste and energy consumption.
Our technology correspondent Jess Kelly with details of the new Macbook. Also some insight into refurbished technology providers here in Ireland as Newstalk Goes Green with thanks to SSE Airtricity - Ireland’s largest provider of 100% green energy
Klair Neenan, Managing Director of SSE Airtricity spoke to Gavin McLoughlin on the show this morning to discuss COP26.
In this episode Odile LeBolloch environmental scientist with the EPA joined Barbara to take a look at the issue of food waste.
Clare hears from Newstalk reporter Sarah Madden about how the feminine hygiene market went from 1 billion to 34 billion as the world scrambles to make sanitary products more sustainable.