Legacy Protectors, Future Investors
Shaped by the landscape and the wild remoteness of this beautiful place, Kerry's people have long been considerate of the legacy of our natural habitat, our language and culture. We have fiercely guarded our creativity through the ages and our storytellers are as famous as our highest peaks and scenic spots. As we proceed towards a more sustainable future for our county, we look to the sustainable and regenerative initiatives that are taking place throughout our community, our enterprise sector and our tourism industry.
Sustainability is at the heart of Kerry and everyone has a role to play in the sustainable future of our county. To have a positive environmental and social impact, we must be mindful of how we live, work and play and how we portray and how we behave. Together we can enhance everyone’s lives, now and for future generations to come.
With planning permission now granted for Astellas' new state-of-the-art facility in Tralee, County Kerry, we take a look at how Astellas is not only making significant impact on the local economy with investment and leadership in sustainability…Learn More
InterTradeIreland have awarded the funding to kickstart a first of its kind project called BioDirect – The All-Island Biobased Product Innovation Challenge: Connecting Bioeconomy Innovators with Industry Customers. The Project will be led by…Learn More
BioAtlantis is a partner in a new international network of leading scientists, focused on the development of ‘Molecular Priming’ technologies to enhance crop yield under stressful conditions caused by climate change. The project is…Learn More
Coffee shops and hotels of Killarney have joined forces to try and eradicate single use coffee cups. Since taking this step towards becoming Ireland’s first town to become single use coffee cup free, the local businesses have seen a very…Learn More
To innovate, create and promote indigenous Irish grown wool-based products Following the formation of the new Irish Grown Wool Council announced on April 5th, the stakeholders in the Irish Grown Wool sector are now pleased to announce the…Learn More