As agnostic as I am, I thought I’d start this blog on a dramatic note. As I recently entered my fifth decade, I was given a gift by my extended family of a trip to the Ukraine, in particular to Chernobyl, the site of the most disastrous nuclear accident in history. With friends like that etc….It has, along with countless others, always held a curious fascination over me, so it was a trip that I greatly anticipated.
Perhaps those of our greener fingered clients and members may have, down the years, recognised our group logo; the Gingko leaf. This has been our loyal emblem (under various graphical and public relation rebirths), and has stood the marketing test of time, much as the tree itself has. Its tree, the Gingko Biloba is a classic example of a living fossil (I know the feeling); the species itself has been around since well before the dinosaurs, with fossil records dating back to over 270 million years ago.
Electric cars, I think we can all agree, are what our children will all be driving. The e-Golf is one model that is currently on the market, and is a mid-range (cost-wise) electric vehicle. After driving it for a month or so, I can see that the benefits of electric motoring broadly outweigh the drawbacks.
e-Golf & Electrified Silence
The Dublin office is currently getting to grips with our latest foray into low carbon driving in the form of an e-Golf. It is, as Emmet says – sticking to our guns, having the courage of our convictions and eschewing the safety net of an internal combustion engine.
Heritage events throughout Ireland during the last week in August promote conservation and preservation.