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    Friday, March 17, 2017

    The Irish Plan A Green Climate Change Attack

    Ireland’s climate-change plan: hot air or real action? Ireland’s mitigation plan must be in place by June. Environmentalists say it could be too little, too late

    Sylvia Thompson, March 11, 2017 (Irish Times)

    “…[The Irish government is about] to launch a ‘national climate dialogue’…[and begin planning how] to mitigate Ireland’s greenhouse gas emissions…The national mitigation plan, which is a requirement of the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development Act 2015, must set out how Ireland will tackle climate change, explaining how harmful emissions will be reduced from transport, buildings, energy production and agriculture in line with European Union targets…For many environmentalists the plan has been a long time coming, and some fear that it will not go far enough…[The government is seeking the public’s views but] environmental commentators believe that, rather than bringing people on a journey to a low-carbon society, the national mitigation plan should provide strong leadership, especially as Ireland’s greenhouse-gas emissions rose by 4 per cent in the transport sector in 2015…and are expected to rise by up to 10 per cent by 2020…[which] could result in Ireland facing fines of more than €1 billion…” click here for more

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