Epic Arctic meltdown portends radically altered future

I first wrote about the fate of the Arctic region in April 2008, in the wake of huge melt events in 2005 and September...

European Council endorses target of “at least” 55 per emissions reduction

11 December 2020  The European Council has approved a binding emissions reduction target of “at least” 55 per cent over the coming decade for the...

Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD on the...

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Climate groups: New ag roadmap will fail to deliver necessary emission cuts

10 December 2020  Climate groups have warned that the recently published Ag Climatise roadmap will fail to deliver the necessary agriculture emission cuts.  The blueprint for...

Oireachtas briefing: Extended Parent’s Leave and funding for charities, community groups and cycling

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Council update: Green Councillors fight discrimination with inter-faith gatherings and a new Women’s Caucus

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Patrick Costello TD reflects on the ongoing global challenges on UN Human Rights Day

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Greens welcome Online Safety Bill as ‘crucial legislation’ in fight against cyberbullying

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Green MEPs Call on Taoiseach to Advocate for Ambitious Climate Targets at European Council

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Emissions from top EU earners have grown over past 25 years

8 December 2020  Emissions among the EU’s top income earners grew while the climate impacts of lower and middle income Europeans declined over the past...

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