Eamon Ryan interview: ‘Our plan has to be radical, and it’s time for action’

The Greens leader is bullish over the announcement of the much-touted Climate Action Plan, aware that his party’s reputation rests on its ultimate success or failure

Daniel Murray

Political Correspondent @danieltmurray
7th November, 2021
Eamon Ryan interview: ‘Our plan has to be radical, and it’s time for action’
Eamon Ryan: ‘It is game over for the combustion engine’ . Picture: Fergal Phillips

Eamon Ryan’s political career has been building for many years towards the announcement of the Climate Action Plan last week. But it hasn’t been easy going, with inter-departmental and inter-party tensions mounting within the Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael-Green Party coalition over recent weeks, as the true extent of the plan became clear.

“We are pleased we got it through, first of all,” Ryan laughs as he sits down with the...

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