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Sustainability is key to County Tipperary Chambers vision to be a world-leading Chamber of Commerce, delivering on a progressive, economic, social and sustainability agenda at the heart of a vibrant business community.

Being affiliated with Chambers Ireland, the County Tipperary Chamber also supports the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet.

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Facilitating Community Well Being and Resilience

Community Climate Coaches are to roll out a Sustainable Mapping system pilot of County Tipperary.

In County Tipperary, a diverse range of community-driven initiatives, and sustainable businesses can be found. Making these resources more visible through identification, mapping, and connection is essential as we work toward a sustainable and resilient future together.

To fully harness the potential of these valuable resources, it is imperative that we have a community mapping system and publish a map that sheds light on the diverse range of community-led initiatives and sustainable enterprises within our county.

This initiative is a collaborative effort that seeks to identify, map, and spotlight those individuals and organisations that offer innovative pathways for community well-being and climate resilience in Tipperary.

What sets this pilot apart, is its innovative approach: collaborative action research rooted in the principles of co-creation. The Community Climate Coaches and County Tipperary Chamber will engage with local initiatives and businesses, working hand in hand to strengthen the sustainability infrastructure of County Tipperary. By doing so, we aim to cultivate a thriving ecosystem where climate action is not just an aspiration but a lived reality.

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This is an initiative brought to you by the Regional Waste Management Offices on behalf of the Department of Climate Action, Communications and the Environment.

Enhanced Commercial Waste Regulations have come into force on July 1st, 2023, introducing incentivised waste charging and other changes for waste collection to increase sustainability in the commercial sector.


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In September 2019, Chambers Ireland together with their nationwide Network of affiliated Chambers, unanimously pledged to support the Goals.


Since then, County Tipperary Chamber are working with the Network and the Sustainable Business Council to help to educate businesses about the SDGs.


Our aim in highlighting the SDGs is to realise the opportunities they create, provide companies with the confidence that meaningful results can be readily achieved and promote how they will positively impact businesses, communities, and livelihoods.

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