Fossil subsidies were €2.4 billion in 2019

30 March 2021  Fossil fuel subsidies amounted to €2.4 billion in 2019, a one per cent increase from 2018.  The Central Statistics Office (CSO) released the...

EJNI: EU will continue to breach international law if access to justice obstacles remain

30 March 2021  The European Union will remain in breach of international law if access to justice obstacles are not removed, the Environmental Justice Network...

A deep dive: the revised Climate Bill

26 March 2021  At long last, the revised Climate Bill was finally published this week.  We’ve been following it since its original release back in October...

Climate neutrality by 2050 legally binding in redrafted Climate Bill

23 March 2021  A climate neutral Ireland by mid-century is legally binding in the newest draft of the Climate Bill. The revised Bill was approved by...

Climate strikers demand “No More Empty Promises” from world leaders

19 March 2021  Climate strikers the world over demanded their governments take immediate and concrete action on the climate crisis today, taking to both the...

Coalition lauches to stop EU-Mercosur trade deal

16 March 2021 450 civil society organisations have launched a coalition to stop the EU-Mercosur trade agreement, warning that it would be detrimental to climate,...

15 March 2019: two years on

15 March 2021  Given what the past year has brought, it almost boggles the mind to remember that thousands of people flooded the streets of...

Food production emissions account for over a third of 2015 global emissions

9 March 2021  Food systems accounted for 34 per cent of all greenhouse gas emissions in 2015, according to a new study.  71 per cent of...

Campaigners concerned over Climate Bill delay

8 March 2021  Campaigners have warned that the delay in publishing the landmark Climate Bill could signal a late effort to “water it down”. Friends...

Solid fuel burning, explained

3 March 2021  Maybe you missed it, but late last month the Department of the Environment launched a public consultation on solid fuels.   As it stands,...

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