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Dr. Kash Sirinanda 20 Jun 19
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Eamon Ryan 17 Jun 19
I welcome the but wish it did 3 more things: 1 Commit now to net 0 by 2050. 2 Admit current NDP must change. 3 Agree new national land use plan.
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Extinction Rebellion Ireland 17 Jun 19
The government has failed to commit to net-zero carbon emissions by even 2050 👇 This is not what an emergency response looks like.
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Cathal #Covidtracker.ie Mac Coille 18 Jun 19
Life will be different when everyone drives an electric car. 🚲
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Saoirse McHugh 19 Jun 19
Reading the and can’t help but feel that the reduction of the national herd is a glaring omission. Finding hedgerows and getting them counted as a carbon sink is little more than a maths exercise.
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Extinction Rebellion Ireland Dec 2
Globally we need to reduce emissions by 7.6% every year and rich countries, like Ireland, need to do more than the average. But the outlines very limited emissions reductions of just 2% per year up to 2030⚠️
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Regina Romero 26 Apr 19
It seems like everyday we are given another warning about the imminent threat presents to our city. We MUST implement an aggressive to protect public health and the most vulnerable among us.
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Craig Bennett Nov 29
Q: What does the Government need to do to tackle ? A: Succinctly put, implement 's 6 point
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Extinction Rebellion Ireland 19 Jun 19
. and the really emphasise "making the change" to EVs...but what about the human cost to children in cobalt mines? We need a just transition to a zero carbon economy based on equality and justice, not exploitation 👇
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Fiona Marie Flanagan 2 Jul 19
The Irish aims to accelerate the take up of electric cars and vans in order that 100% of all new cars and vans are electric by 2030. However, new research indicates that electric vehicles emit even more CO2 than diesel vehicles!
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jenny bates 2 May 19
Yes ⁩ have long said ending sale of diesel & petrol cars & vans must be at least 2030, not government’s 2040, to cut - & is key to our
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Shane Ross 16 Aug 19
Charging my new fully electric vehicle in Dundrum today🔌🚘
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Construction Industry Federation (CIF) 25 Jun 19
The CIF welcomes the Climate Action Plan 2019 and will be seeking an informal advisory group with industry, the & the Read the full statement from here
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Social Democrats 17 Jun 19
The glaring gap in the is the lack of prioritisation of investment in public transport. Without substantially increased investment in public transport, there is no hope of delivering on the targets says
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Dr Marguerite Nyhan 18 Jul 19
Excellent article profiling Prof Jerry Murphy's work on converting wastes from the agri & food industry into renewable transport fuels. By capturing biomethane, we can significantly reduce GHG emissions from these sectors
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Rosie Emery Oct 20
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Robert Burke 17 Jun 19
It’s difficult not to despair about Ireland’s future when you read stories about the . Varadkar & his cabinet hiding behind citizen assemblies & protests involving children that were organised by teachers & activist parents, facilitated by an uncritical media.
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Senator Pauline O'Reilly 20 Jun 19
The missing element in the is nature...let's change that
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The Climate Mayors Oct 22
Thanks to the leadership of Mayor , has passed a with a bold goal of being carbon neutral by 2050! 👏
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Sinn Féin 17 Jun 19
Sinn Féin Spokesperson on Climate Change says the Govt’s is a green-washing exercise that will not address pollution, over-consumption, or corporate responsibility. There are better ways of achieving a sustainable future for Ireland!
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