Tag Archives: Eamon Ryan

New Climate Action Bill: Still a weak response to urgent crisis

By Padraig O’Flynn To muted fanfare and coverage the government recently published its Climate Action Bill. The document might appear ambitious on the surface, but, on closer inspection, specific measures for achieving these targets are largely absent. Weak proposals Indeed, the most interesting thing about the document is what’s missing from it. For example, it contains no free public transport ...

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Green Party once again wrestles with its conscience… and wins

By Colm McCarthy On the 26 June the Greens announced that they had secured the necessary two-thirds majority to enter government with Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael. In the end it was not even close, as 76% of their members supported the deal – a larger percentage than Fianna Fáil (74%), or a non-weighted measurement of the Fine Gael electoral ...

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