How to achieve Sustainable Island Economies


Podcast from the Sustainable Island Economies: Connecting Locally and Globally, Virtual Island Summit. This was Ireland’s Virtual Hub Event, and took place on Wed 2nd Sept 2020.

This webinar explores local, regional, national and global connections to promote sustainability in island economies in Ireland. It aims to create connections which can promote exchanges of ideas and experience between Irish islands, the Irish mainland, European islands & the global island network, particularly through the global Virtual Island Summit (VIS) event and network.

Sustainable Island Economies: Enterprise, marine economy, sustainability and environment
Chair: John Walsh, chair of ESIN (European Small Island Federation).
Gerard Sullivan, owner of Bere Island Boatyard, who’s working to revive seawright skills in Ireland and our islands.
Cathy Ní Ghóill from Inis Mór – Manager of Comharchumann Forbartha Arann, will talk about their waste and recycling project in context of the island economy.
Máirtín Ó Méalóid, manager of Cape Clear Island Cooperative, Vice Chair of Comhdháil Oileáin na hÉireann

How to achieve Sustainable Island Economies

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