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An Taisce labels Hogan's climate change proposals as "gutless"

The Heads of the Climate Change Bill agreed by the government today represents “a gutless reaction to tackling Ireland’s greenhouse emissions problem”, according to An Taisce.

26th February, 2013
Minister Phil Hogan.

The Heads of the Climate Change Bill agreed by the government today represents “a gutless reaction to tackling Ireland’s greenhouse emissions problem”, according to An Taisce.

The organisation said that the lack of targets contained in the early stages of the bill means that it is “toothless.”

“On a per capita basis Ireland is one of the worst greenhouse gas emitters in the world and bears a responsibility, more...

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