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Coillte’s record financial performance in 2021 shaped by strong global demand for timber and resultant strong pricing

  Record revenues of €422m and EBITDA of €159m Largest ever Coillte dividend to State of €30m New Forestry Strategic Vision launched   Friday 29 April 2022. Having recently launched its new Forestry Strategic Vision, Coillte today announced its annual results in respect of Financial Year 2021. The strong financial performance in 2021 was driven &hellip

Coillte launches new forestry strategic vision to optimise its contribution to Ireland’s climate targets

Range of innovative Coillte actions designed to result in a total capture of approx. 28m tonnes of CO2 from environment by 2050 Coillte aims to grow 100,000 hectares of new forests by 2050, supporting the delivery of one-third of Ireland’s afforestation target Coillte’s afforestation ambition is to enable the creation of new forests providing a &hellip

The Tree Council of Ireland and Coillte Kick-Off Ireland’s National Tree Week 2022

    What Wood We Do Without Trees? The Tree Council of Ireland and Coillte Kick-Off Ireland’s National Tree Week 2022 in the Botanic Gardens President of the Tree Council of Ireland and broadcaster Eanna Ní Lamhna and renowned tree expert Thomas Pakenham were joined by guests to announce the launch of National Tree Week &hellip

Foresters of the Future: Coillte Partners with Kilkenny based Duiske College to Give Students an Insight into Woodland Work

  16 March 2022 Coillte, Ireland’s semi-state forestry company and Duiske College in Graiguenamanagh, Co. Kilkenny have recently joined together to take part in the Business Action on Education initiative, a nationwide scheme co-ordinated by Business in the Community (BITC), which aims to develop partnerships between schools and businesses in Ireland in support of educational &hellip

The Tree Council of Ireland and Coillte Officially Launch Ireland’s National Tree Week 2022

President of the Tree Council of Ireland and broadcaster Eanna Ní Lamhna and Coillte CEO Imelda Hurley were joined by students from the Sacred Heart Senior National School, Tallaght to announce the launch of National Tree Week 2022 This year’s theme is ‘More Forests for a Greener Future’ and aims to raise awareness of the &hellip

Coillte/HSE/Western Forestry Co-op/Sligo County Council and Minister Pippa Hackett Turns Sod on Cloonamahon Native Woodland Park

21st February 2021.  Pippa Hackett Minister of State for Biodiversity and Land Use at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine officially “Turned the Sod” and planted the first tree to mark the development of the 105 acre Native Woodland Park, Sligo.  This site is being 100% funded by the Department of Agriculture Food &hellip