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Richard Bruton
Dublin Bay North TD, Irish Govt Minister for , husband, father, (regular) cook, (occasional) runner, swimmer...
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Starting today discussing the importance of nature based solutions and the importance of just transition
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Ireland at the United Nations Sep 21
More & more countries are making the (🇮🇪 + 🇲🇭for Solemn Pledge) to include in developing plans. At the Youth Summit, governments + their youth delegates showed their dedication to involving youth's voices.
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Richard Bruton Sep 21
Ireland and the Marshall Islands are asking all countries to sign up to the ‘Kwon Gesh’ climate pledge at the . Kwon Gesh means solemn duty and it is a commitment to include young people centrally in the response to climate change
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Katherine Zappone Sep 21
Listening to with Min , 'Young people are unstoppable!', Greta is the first young climate activist to speak at first ever Youth Climate Summit
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Richard Bruton Sep 21
With ⁦⁩ as a key listener to activists Greta Thunberg, Bruno Rodriguez, Wanjuhi Njoroge and Komal Karishma Kumar
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Ireland at the United Nations Sep 21
As the Youth begins this morning Ireland’s Minister & Youth Delegate look forward to what will be an important & inspiring day of discussion and debate.
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Richard Bruton Sep 21
Meeting Irish Youth Delegates ahead of today’s UN Youth . Looking forward to a busy day
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Ireland AM Sep 20
joins us in studio to discuss the protests
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Richard Bruton Sep 20
Will be on shortly. Young people have led the way with highlighting the urgency of taking climate action. I have heard the voices of those protesting today. Now is the time to take action. The Climate Action Plan is our roadmap forward
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MerrionStreet.ie Sep 18
Live now - Minister leading a discussion on the Government's Climate Action Plan in the Government of Ireland Marquee at the at 2pm.
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Richard Bruton Sep 18
Discussing my Climate Action Plan at
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Richard Bruton Sep 18
Visiting the tent with my colleagues & at the
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Richard Bruton Sep 18
Replying to @RichardbrutonTD
They cover policy areas such as poverty eradication, economic development, protection of the environment, access to health and education services, gender equality, peaceful societies and human rights. The government are committed to fully implementing the Goals by 2030.
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Richard Bruton Sep 18
Replying to @RichardbrutonTD
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals are an ambitious set of targets, covering the social, economic and environmental requirements for a sustainable future.
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Richard Bruton Sep 18
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The chosen champions are organisations who are leading by example in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. They will raise public awareness of the Goals, and illustrate practical ways in which organisations and individuals can contribute to achieving the Goals.
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Richard Bruton Sep 18
At the in Carlow launching the Sustainable Development Goal Champions These are 12 leaders from across society chosen to drive forward Sustainable Development Goals
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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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Cloughfin N.S. Sep 17
After discussing climate change today, we read the letters we received during the summer from the Irish and the German Ministers for the Environment in which they outlined their plans to reduce plastic waste. Go raibh maith agat & Dankeschön
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Richard Bruton Sep 16
Banning a range of single-use plastics, new fees on non-recyclable plastics, like on food packaging in supermarkets, and halving food waste will be vital to ensuring the Climate Action Plan succeeds. Hosting an important summit today about implementing the change
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IvanYatesNT Sep 16
ICYMI: spoke to Ivan, saying that the Government's plans to eliminate single use plastic will help change behaviours when it comes to waste
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