Green Ministers launch community volunteer programme and announce new funding for blanket bog conservation

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Green Party leads sixfold increase in sustainable transport spending

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‘The time is now for transformational action for climate, communities and equality’, say Greens...

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Progress “too slow” on Government climate and biodiversity targets

13 September 2021 The pace of environmental progress is currently “too slow” to achieve the Government’s targets, according to a new report.  A Friends of...

Green Ministers announce ban on smoky solid fuels, new recycling options and funding for...

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Housing For All to address the housing and affordability crisis in Ireland

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What’s the story with data centres?

27 August 2021 They’ve been popping up all over the country. Opposition has been mounting against them. But they still are pretty mysterious and complicated to...

What’s the deal with methane?

25 August 2021 The IPCC report released a few weeks ago stated that strong, rapid and sustained reductions in methane emissions are needed to limit...

A crisis in climate cognition, explained

24 August 2021 We’ve probably all been there – talking to someone who doesn’t think climate change is an issue. Or they think it’s a...

“We will stop this toxic industry”: Protesters march against mining

21 August 2021 “Ireland is not for sale” was the rallying cry from demonstrators as they protested against a proposed mine in Northern Ireland last Saturday....

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