Green Party MEPs welcome European Parliament declaration of Climate Emergency

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Greens say Government must be held to account for crisis in beef farming

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Greens call for a robust regulatory regime for quarries following RTE Investigates programme

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Greens amend Fingal Budget to fund climate action, parking enforcement and motorway noise reduction

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Emissions gap is a stark reminder of how we are missing our climate targets

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Dublin City Council budget: key win for cycling amid government cuts – Greens

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Greens welcome decision of Bord na Móna to transition out of horticultural peat

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Fine Gael must cut ties with Verona Murphy over dangerous comments

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Greens Slam Claim That Fracking Ban “Harms Elderly”

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How many other routes could be 24-hour with proper investment? – Greens

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