GEAI participates in the Peoples Energy Charter workshop

Yesterday Good Energies Alliance Ireland director Aedin McLoughlin and EVS volunteer Irina make two presentations at the Peoples Energy Charter meeting in the Unite head office in Dublin.

McLoughlin talked about the benefits for environmental organisations of being constituted as Limited Comapanies, while Irina spooke about the Danish energy transitions towards a 100% renewable energy system by 2050.


Dr Aedín McLoughlin

Good Energies EVS volunteers attend Léargas on-arrival training

Last weekend the Good Energies Alliance Ireland volunteers Irina, Olga and Santi joined participants in other EVS Irish projects for their on-arrival training in Swords. The three volunteers spent four days sharing their experiences and learning more about the objectives and philosophy of the European Voluntary Service. For Irina “this was a great opportunity to met others volunteers, learn about their projects and make friends. The good part is that we now know where we are going to stay if we go to Dublin and Cork! 🙂 ”

GEAI supports “Unearthed” screenings

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GEAI volunteers Santi, Olga and Irina with filmmaker Jolynn Minnaar 

Good Energies Alliance Ireland supported and attended the screenings of Unearthed documentary in Bellanaleck (Fermanagh) and Sligo. The GEAI EVS volunteers Irina, Olga and Santi set up the projector for the Fermanagh event.

Unearthed is a thought provoking and extremely well made documentary about fracking by Jolynn Minnaar, covering both the vulnerable and arid Karoo in South Africa, and the forgotten victims of fracking pollution in the US.

Both screenings were followed by a Q&A afterward with the filmmaker.

More pictures on Flickr.

GEAI volunteers join Young Friends of the Earth in Carlow

EVS volunteers with Young FoE Ireland. Photo by Thomas Hamann.


Good Energies Alliance Ireland EVS volunteers Irina, Olga and Santi joined a gathering of Young Friends of the Earth members in Borris and Kilkenny on last weekend of September. Young FOE are building a network of young people concerned about the environment and climate change and eager to look for new ways of tackling problems.

During this meeting GEAI director Aedín McLoughlin also gave a presentation on the current situation of fracking in Ireland.

Good Energies Alliance Ireland is a Youth in Action hosting organisation, with three  volunteers from Spain, Romania and Ukraine hosted this year through the European Voluntary Service (EVS).   This scheme is funded by the EU Erasmus+ programme.




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