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Eamon Ryan Jun 19
We need a new land use plan to go with . Showing where & how we can plant more natural forests. Devising a new future for Irish horticulture. Growing dense hedgerows & agroforestry. Rewilding large parts of our country. Restoring prestine water quality.
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Leo Varadkar Jun 17
Here’s my speech at the launch of our Climate Plan earlier today.
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Eamon Ryan Jun 19
For 25 years we've said that walking, cycling & public transport must come first but time & again it was decided to promote a roads based transport system instead. I set out some of that history in the Transport Committee today to explain the weakness in the . 1/2
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Eamon Ryan Jun 21
We need a land use plan, promoting more natural forests, that restore biodiversity and provide high quality timber and well paid jobs in the local community. We can start mapping out that future in the stakeholder engagement promised under action 110 of the
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Ruairí McKiernan Jun 17
The minister granted consent for oil and gas exploration off the Kerry coast just days after the Dáil declared a climate emergency.
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Richard Bruton Jun 20
Great to see introduce a bill in the Dáil this afternoon to ban plastic microbeads. The Climate Action Plan commits to eliminating non-recyclable plastic and impose higher fees on the production of materials which are difficult to recycle
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Irish Wildlife Trust Jun 18
Our reaction to No real link to the biodiversity crisis, business as usual for forestry, no special ambition for farming and peatlands while the ocean barely gets a mention. Nature largely missing from the government Climate Action Plan
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Aidan Regan Jun 18
Here's an experiment. Make Dublin city car free for a week. Use day 1-3 to properly resurface the roads and cycle paths. Use days 4-7 to encourage people to commute and travel on bike. The experience will quickly lead people to leave their cars at home.
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Heather Humphreys Aug 29
Delighted to be here this morning with to hear the views of businesses on our plans for the transition to the low carbon economy, including the challenges and opportunities it presents
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Ali Zafar Jun 21
Dear . Any update on policy and implimentation on environment? Time’s running out. Plz see this.
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Iarnród Éireann Jun 17
We have begun the process to order the largest and greenest fleet in Irish public transport history - up to 600 electric / hybrid carriages over 10 years
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education.ie Jun 17
Replying to @Education_Ire
Our ambition means designs for new school buildings makes them up to 20% better for energy efficiency than required under regulations — reduce before you use.
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Green Party Ireland Jun 17
"There is a lot of fudge here, and there's some green sprinkles on top," says commenting after the release of . "I will judge this plan by the results and I don't see that step change in terms of real commitments."
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Engineers Ireland Jun 17
"Engineers have a key role to play in the transition to a sustainable, carbon-free society,“ says our DG, Caroline Spillane. This afternoon & we welcomed the & our statement is here:
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People Before Profit Jun 17
Replying to @pb4p
Instead of tackling fossil fuel companies, corporations and big agriculture emissions the government has decided to put the emphasis on ordinary people in their
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Ali Sheridan Jun 19
Great analysis from of Ireland's laggard performance on climate action so far and the role of the new In-depth Q&A: Why Ireland is ‘nowhere near’ meeting its climate-change goals
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Irish Wildlife Trust Jun 18
We'd agree with that the shows little ambition on land use and fails to make the link to biodiversity loss. Irish Times view on the Climate Action Plan: activity must match ambition
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Brid Smith TD Jun 19
A plan to increase Agricultural emisisons, put 1 million private EVs on the road, & is wholly dependent on private finance & firms for renewable energies No vision for public transport or plan on how ordinary people could retro fit their homes?
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Dept. Communications, Climate Action & Environment Sep 18
At 2pm this afternoon in the Government of Ireland marquee, expert speakers will be joining Minister for a discussion panel about the Block 3 Row 20 Stand 435
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LivioFilice Aug 22
bans new petrol and vehicles from 2030. 950,000 cars to be introduced on Irish roads by 2030.
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