Centre for Sustainability

The Centre for Sustainability was established by Dr John Bartlett in 2001 to focus interdisciplinary research in sustainability. To date, the Centre’s activities have been in seven main thematic areas:

In addition, the Centre is a partner in a UCD led research programme on water conservation.

Projects are currently being planned in renewable fuel from wood, development and promotion of hydrogen fuel cells, biodiesel production process development and environmental technology development.

To date, the Centre has received €2.6m in funding, has produced 8 PhDs and 4 Masters Degrees (1 PhD and 2 Masters ongoing), 21 peer reviewed papers, 62 conference presentations, and 10 contract research reports.

Institute staff who have undertaken research in the Centre include Dr John Bartlett, Dr Eamonn Killilea, Dr Ted McGowan, Eamon Grennan, John Gault, Dr Perry Share, Noel Connaughton, Dr Magnus Amajirionwu, John O’Dea, Dr Alan Hernon, Dr Michelle Connolly, Ciaran McCausland, Jo Ruane, Dr Carmel Moran-Hunter, Dr Brian McCann

To date, the Centre’s has conducted joint research with: The University of Limerick; NUI Galway; University College Dublin; NUI Maynooth; The University of Dublin, Trinity College; Limerick Institute of Technology, Dublin City University; The University of Melbourne; South West College Omagh; The University of Ulster; Dundalk Institute of Technology; Queen’s University, Belfast; The University of Strathclyde; The Scottish Association of Marine Sciences; Teagasc; University College Cork; Kerry County Council; Sligo County Council; The National Parks and Wildlife Service; United Utilities; Wessex Water; Ceimici Novel.

The Centre has Strategic Alliances with the North West Environment and Energy Consortium, COMHAR (the National Sustainability Council) and the Centre for Rural Innovation Regeneration and Sustainabilty.

Contact the Centre at Centre for Sustainability

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